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  • Going to a Speech Therapist for Kids

    You might visit a speech therapist if you're having trouble speaking or understanding others. Find out more in this article for kids.

  • Autism Special Needs Checklist: Big Kids (ages 6-12) for Parents

    Having a plan for the future can help your big kid reach his or her full potential. Follow this 8-step checklist to help your child succeed during the elementary school years.

  • Homework Help for Teens for Teens

    Writing a report? Studying for a test? Having problems at school? Get tips and advice.

  • School & Family Life for Parents

    All parents need a little advice now and then. Get the lowdown on parenting basics like discipline, homework help, and how to talk to your child about tough subjects, like sex, tobacco, and alcohol. Plus, find out where you can turn for help and support.

  • Communication and Your 2- to 3-Year-Old for Parents

    Communicating with a child is one of the most pleasurable and rewarding experiences for both parent and child. Learn how to connect with your 2- to 3-year-old.

  • Health Problems for Kids

    Even kids can have health problems. Some problems are serious - and some are not so serious. You can get all the info you need about health problems like cancer, asthma, muscular dystrophy, and more.

  • Diseases & Conditions for Parents

    Looking for information about a chronic childhood condition or disease? Read about asthma, allergies, cancer, diabetes, heart murmurs, sleep disorders, and much more.

  • Diseases & Conditions for Teens

    From asthma to ulcers, this section is loaded with articles about diseases and conditions that can affect teens. Look here for health information and resources for yourself or someone you care about.

  • Your Child’s Development: 3 Years for Parents

    Doctors use certain milestones to tell if a child is developing as expected. Here are some things your toddler may be doing.

  • Your Child’s Development: 2.5 Years (30 Months) for Parents

    Doctors use certain milestones to tell if a child is developing as expected. Here are some things your toddler may be doing this month.