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Could Your Child Have Migraines?

Symptoms can include nausea, abdominal pain, experts say.

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Dog Arthritis: What Pet Owners Can Do

The right treatments and a new routine may do wonders for your arthritic dog.

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6 Tips for Dealing with Picky Eaters

Dealing with picky eaters can be tricky, but here are some tips to convince kids to eat new and healthier options.

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Keeping Bath Time Safe for Kids

Rubber ducky time is lots of fun, but make sure it’s also hazard-free.

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12 Dangerous “Games” Your Children Might Play

Could your teen be engaged in these risky behaviors? Here’s how to spot the warning signs.

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Dog Toys: Which Ones Are Safest?

A playful pooch is a healthy one — but choose carefully the toys you bring home.

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Could Your Son Have an Eating Disorder?

Learn the warning signs: The earlier a boy gets treatment, the better his chances of recovery.

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Is Your Dog’s Food Making Him Sick?

Toxins in pet food have led to many recalls and lawsuits in recent years. Here’s how to make sure your canine’s kibble is safe — for both of you.

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6 Ways to Prevent Scald Burns in Kids

Keep your kid out of hot water by taking extra precautions around steamy liquids.

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How to Hire the Best Babysitter for Your Child

Give yourself peace of mind when putting your little treasure in someone else’s care.

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How to Choose a Pediatrician

Baby on the way? 5 important things to consider when searching for the perfect doctor for your new addition.

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The Right Way to Walk Your Dog

Keep a leash on the risks with these tips from experts.

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Should Parents Give Kids Small Freedoms, Like Walking to the Park Alone, Even if There Are Some Risks?

Free-range parenting is a growing trend. Do you think giving kids some small freedoms outweighs the risks?

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Handling the Stress of College Rejection Letters

A “no” from a college is hardly the end of a promising future.

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Is Your Child Ready to Walk to School Alone?

It can be good for his health and his head, as long as the route is safe and he’s well prepared.