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In North America, areas with extreme cold pose the greatest risk of frostbite and frost nip.
There is a lot of information out there about obesity and overweight children.
Swimmer’s ear is an infection that occurs in the ear canal when someone who swims often has water trapped in the canal for long periods of time.
The National Cancer Institute has been following worldwide studies, as this question is common in all societies.
Shingles, or herpes zoster, is a common illness that affects about one million people each year, most over 60 years old.
Did you know that tooth decay is the most common chronic childhood disease in the U.S.?
Is back pain in kids a big deal?
My son has had two concussions. Is my health care provider being overly cautious by advising against his participating in sports?
Your provider is looking out for your child’s most precious commodity: his brain.
My six-year-old daughter has frequent nosebleeds. What’s the best way to stop them, and should I watch for other symptoms?
Nosebleeds in young kids can be upsetting for both parent and child.
What’s the difference between a cold and the flu?