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Minimize the Health Hazards of Technology

Help your kids avoid health problems associated with the use of electronic devices.

Is Your Child Ready for Contact Lenses?

Learn the factors that help determine whether a child can start wearing contact lenses.

Should You Have BRCA Testing?

Women with a family history of breast or ovarian cancer may choose genetic testing to lower their cancer risk.

Does My Child Have Bulimia

Identify and treat bulimia in tweens and teens.

Childproof Your Medicine Cabinet

8 tips to erase dangers lurking in the bathroom.

CHOP's New Digs

Take a photo tour of CHOP's new Buerger Center for Advanced Pediatric Care.

Save Student Athletes from Sudden Cardiac Arrest

How new questions on school sports physicals can help keep a student athlete safe from sudden cardiac death.

What's New in Pediatrics

Pediatric news on vaccines, autism & car seat safety

Are E-cigarettes Safe? No!

E-cigarettes appeal to tweens and teens, but the dangers of vaping — including nicotine poisoning — are high.

Concussions & Kids

What parents need to know about concussions, including signs of a concussion, head injury treatment, and concussion prevention

Apraxia of Speech

Apraxia (aka childhood apraxia of speech) is difficult to diagnose. Learn about the symptoms and treatments.

Vaccinations: After the Disneyland Measles Outbreak

4 vaccination facts to ease immunization fears after the Disneyland measles outbreak

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