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The Science of Headaches, Explained

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This is a sponsored post from Excedrin. Tension-type headaches are your common, "everyday" headaches (they can feel like a giant rubber band squeezing your skull). Nearly everyone will have at least one tension-type headache at some point, and it's estimated that up to 80 percent of adults experience
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Dealing with Kids' Stomach & Intestinal Infections

While sometimes you can pinpoint the culprit of your child's upset tummy (too much ice cream!) most of the time you won't know the exact cause. It may be acid reflux, or a stomach infection caused by a virus or bacteria. It might also be something more benign, like constipation or gas. Kids are at risk
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Hearing Problems in Kids: Does Your Child Have a Hearing Problem?

Any kind of hearing loss is problematic at any age, but for kids, hearing loss can affect their development in many ways. The most important developmental milestone affected by hearing loss is language development. Studies have repeatedly shown that language must develop within a certain range of years
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Bed-wetting: When Is It a Problem?

Wetting the bed is an embarrassing event for any kid who has graduated out of diapers. It often leads to feelings of shame and can make kids fearful of being social or participating in activities like sleepovers. Both boys and girls can experience bed-wetting issues, and the problem can last for years.
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Get Relief Responsibly When Taking Acetaminophen

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This story is brought to you by TYLENOL® Pain relief may seem like it is within easy reach, but following the proper TYLENOL® dosage guidelines-- for your back pain, a knee injury, or any other reason -- will help ensure that you're easing your aches safely as well. Whether you have frequent back pain
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Johnson & Johnson - Once Upon a Care (Sponsored)

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With the ultimate goal of demonstrating that CARE INSPIRES CARE™, Johnson & Johnson asked grade-school children about the most caring thing they have ever done for someone else. With the help of well-known children's author Patricia Lakin, they then transformed the children's stories into actual children's
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Weet-Bix and the All Blacks - Turning Dreams into Reality (Sponsored)

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Weet-Bix's latest video will bring both tears to your eyes and a smile to your face, making a young kid's dream come true. Weet-Bix's latest video will bring both tears to your eyes and a smile to your face, making a young kid's dream come true. Weet-Bix has brought together New Zealand's All Blacks
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Urinary Tract Problems in Kids

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) affect about 3 million children each year, according to the U.S. Health and Human Services Department's National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse. Both boys and girls are susceptible to UTIs, but the percentage is higher for girls (8%) than for boys
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Childhood Diabetes (Type 1 Diabetes)

Type 1 Diabetes (T1D), also known as childhood or juvenile diabetes, is a scary, complicated diagnosis for most parents to hear. It will mean a big adjustment for you, your child and the people in your life. The good news is that there have been a number of developments in recent years that make living
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Current News on Autism: Developments, Research & Studies

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The latest statistic on autism in America is staggering to say the least. Currently, 1 in 68 US children has autism spectrum disorder. These numbers are growing rapidly, as just a short time ago1 in 88 children had autism. New research shows that autism may begin in the womb. There is also a urine test
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