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Ideal Body Weight Calculator for Kids and Adults
Parents often wonder if their children are overweight, underweight or just right. Using our ideal body weight calculator, you can figure out if your child is at an appropriate weight for his or her height.
Autism Screening Quiz - Autism Signs in Toddlers
Autism Screening Quiz Does your toddler have any signs or symptoms of autism
Children's Growth Chart Percentiles Calculator
Enter your child's weight, height and age and see what percentile they are on the US growth charts:
Am I Fat? - A Body Weight Quiz
Using our 'Am I Fat' body weight quiz will hopefully convince teens who are at a healthy weight that they are not overweight so that they do not develop an eating disorder.
10 Non-Evidence Based Treatments to Avoid in...
Non-evidenced based treatments haven't been proven to work, but from recommending sunlight to treat babies with jaundice to changing their formula every time a baby cries too much, some pediatricians get caught in the same trap as parents who just want to try something to see if it might help.
Percentile Calculators to Track Your Child's...
These percentile calculators can help you see where your kids are on the growth charts and how they are growing compared to other children.
Height Predictor - How Tall Will My Kids Be?
Height Predictor How Tall Will My Kids Be? I'm Sorry. Our Height Predictor requires that you have javascript
Is Your Child's Pulse Rate Normal?
Parents often know that their own pulse rate or heart rate should be within about 60 to 100 beats per minute. They are often surprised that younger children can have normal pulse rates that are much higher than adults.
Diabetes Symptoms - Symptoms of Diabetes...
Does your child have any diabetes symptoms, a common worry for parents? Try our symptoms of diabetes screening quiz.
BMI Calculator
BMI Calculator Are your kids over or underweight? Parents often wonder if their children are overweight,
Brain Tumor Symptoms - Screening Quiz
Brain Tumor Symptoms - Screening Quiz Does your child have any symptoms of a brain tumor
Is Your Child Taking Pills? How to Identify Them
Review how to identify pills that you might find in your teen's pockets, especially if you suspect that they might be abusing drugs.
Teen 'Am I Fat' Quiz Results
Here are the results of your Teen 'Am I Fat?' Quiz, whose main goal is to hopefully convince teens who are at a healthy weight that they are not overweight so that they do not develop an eating disorder.
Spoiled Brat Screening Quiz
A screening quiz to see if you or someone you know is raising a spoiled brat.
What Is the Average Height for an Adult Male in...
Statistics for the average height of an adult man in the United States.
What Is the Average Height for an Adult Female...
Statistics for the average height of an adult woman in the United States.
Learning Disability Screening Quiz
Learning Disability Screening Quiz Does your child have a learning disability
A Handy Schedule for Feeding Your Baby
Review some basic baby feeding schedules so that you know when to start giving your baby cereal, vegetables, fruits, and table foods, and how much breastmilk or formula he should be drinking.
Teenage Pregnancy Quiz - Enter your Early...
A screening quiz to see if your teenager has any of the early symptoms of being pregnant.
Height Weight Charts for your Kids
Growth Charts for Boys and Girls Plot your kids' height and weight on our Growth Charts Growth charts
Kids Calorie Calculator
Kids Calorie Calculator How many calories do you need each day? Sorry, but our Calorie Calculator requires
Croup: Treating This Common Childhood Viral...
Croup is a common childhood illness that causes a croupy cough that sounds like a barking seal, stridor and difficulty breathing. Learn the signs, symptoms and common treatments for croup so that you know what to do if your child wakes up barking.
How Tall Will Your Kids Be?
Our height predictors can give you a pretty good idea of what your child's future height will be, even if you don't have access to a crystal ball.
Eating Disorders Screening Quiz - Do your kids...
An eating disorder screening quiz to see if your children and teens might have symptoms of an eating disorder, like anorexia or bulimia.
Postpartum Depression Screening Quiz
Postpartum Depression Screening Quiz Do you have PPD
Head Lice Nits - Lice Pictures
An out of focus picture of a nit, or head lice egg, with a caption and red circle around the nit to make identification easy. Page 10.
How to Treat a Child's Fever
What to do about your child's fever, including a description of what a fever is, effective treatments, including using acetaminophen and ibuprofen, and things to avoid.
The Best Foods to Eat for Potassium
Potassium is an important mineral that some parents look to increase in their children's diet, especially if they start complaining of things like growing pains. Learn which foods are high in potassium to help make sure your kids are getting enough of this important mineral in their diet.
Lice - Lice Pictures
View head lice pictures and photos of nits so that you can identify live lice on your child's hair and know when to treat your kids for head lice infestations.
Should You Give Your Kids Pepto-Bismol?
Review whether or not you can give your kids Pepto-Bismol when your kids have stomach problems, such as indigestion, diarrhea, heartburn, or nausea.
Is Bronchitis Contagious?
Learn more about bronchitis, including the symptoms of bronchitis and whether or not bronchitis is contagious.
Is Shingles Contagious?
Learn if you can catch chickenpox from a person with shingles.
What to Expect During Your Baby's Sixth Week of...
Review why you shouldn't rush to start your six week old baby on cereal and when would be a more appropriate time to start baby cereal. Page 3.
Growth Chart: Boys Two to Twenty Years
Growth Charts - Boys Two to Twenty Years. Track your toddlers, school age children and adolescents height and weight percentiles and growth curves on these full color growth charts.
How to Check Your Child's Temperature
Get help deciding which thermometer is best to help you check your child's temperature so that you can figure out when he has a fever.
Don't Panic: What to Do if Your Child Has a Fever
Parents often worry when their child get a fever, which is there is even a term to describe how parents sometimes get over-concerned or overreact to fever -- fever phobia. Learn why you shouldn't panic when your child has a fever though and what you should do instead.
Potty Training - Potty Training Readiness Quiz
Potty Training Readiness Quiz Is your child ready for potty training
Tylenol (Acetaminophen) Dosage Calculator
Tylenol *Dosage Calculator How much Tylenol should you give your child? Sorry, but our Tylenol Dosage
Treat Head Lice Quickly and Easily With These...
Learn the basics of diagnosing kids with head lice and infestations and the latest recommendations. Page 1 of 2.
Nits - Head Lice Nits Picture
An out of focus picture of a nit on a child's hair who has an active head lice infestation, with a lot of lice lice and nits in her hair. Page 9.
What to Know Before You Buy a Humidifier or...
Young children commonly get about 6-8 colds and upper respiratory tract infections each year. Increasing the air moisture with a humidifier is a common way to help your child feel better when he is congested. Learn how to pick a humidifier for your baby.
Growth Chart: Girls Body Mass Index (BMI)
Growth Charts - girls body mass index (bmi). Track your toddlers, school age children and adolescents bmi percentiles and growth curves on these full color growth charts.
Lice Life Cycle - Lice Pictures
Review the three stages of the head lice life cycle, including the egg or nit, nymph, and adult louse in these lice pictures, as compared to the size of a penny for scale. Page 11.
Growth Chart: Boys Birth to 36 months
Growth Charts - Boys birth to 36 months. Track your infants and toddlers height and weight percentiles and growth curve on these full color growth charts.
flu shot, flu shot reactions, flu shot side...
Review some of the common symptoms of flu shot reactions and flu shot side effects, which can include fever, muscle aches, and malaise or simply not feeling good.
Live Louse on Hair - Lice Pictures
A picture of a live head louse on a girl's head, with a red circle around the louse and a caption to make identification easy. Page 8.
How Much Formula Should You Be Feeding Your Baby?
Review how much formula your baby should be eating at each feeding.
Tylenol or Motrin: Which Is a Better Fever...
What's better for my child when she has a fever, acetaminophen (Tylenol, Tempra) or ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil)?
What Parents Need to Know About Iron-Rich Foods...
Review this list of iron rich foods so that you can give your kids at least two or three foods that have a lot of iron in them each day and avoid iron deficiency anemia.
Myths That Keep People From Vaccinating Their...
Help for parents wanting to do their research about immunizations and who are having trouble wading through all of the myths and misconceptions about vaccines, vaccine-preventable diseases, and vaccine safety.
How to Help Your Baby Sleep Well
Understanding your baby's feeding schedule is fairly easy at eight weeks. After all, your baby isn't ready for cereal, vegetables, or fruits yet, and she should just be eating breastmilk or an iron-fortified baby formula. You still have to know how much and how often to feed your baby though. Page 2.
Are Swollen Glands in Children Normal?
Swollen glands or lymph nodes worry many parents, even though they are common and often normal, which makes it important to understand the causes and signs when they might be serious.
Head Lice - Head Lice Pictures
A picture of a head louse on the head of a young child with a head lice infestation. Page 7.
Constipation Treatment Guide for Children
Constipation Treatment Guide for Children Constipation is a common problem for infants and children and
What Your Two Week Old Baby Should Eat
You Two Week Old. What you need to know to take care of your new baby, including information about nutrition, growth and development, safety, Pediatrician visits, vaccines, common problems, and other topics.
Adult Head Louse - Magnified Head Lice Picture
A picture of an adult head louse. Page 2.
Is Frequent Urination in Children Cause for...
While not always caused by a serious problem, like diabetes or a urinary tract infection, a visit to your Pediatrician to get a urinalysis is a good idea if your child develops frequent urination.
Kid's Height Calculator - Two Years Times Two...
Parents often have questions about how tall their kids will be. To predict your child's future height based on his genetic potential (which is based on his parent's midparental height), fill in the following form with the height of each of the child's birth parents.
What Are the Most Calcium-Rich Foods?
Understanding which foods are high in calcium can help you make sure that you are encouraging your kids to get enough calcium in their diet by choosing calcium rich foods, such as milk, cheese, and yogurt.
What to Do When a Fever Won't Go Away
Review what to do about a child who has a prolonged fever and is not getting any better.
Feeding Your Four Month Old Baby - What Do They...
You Four Month Old. What you need to know to take care of your 4 month old, including information about nutrition, growth and development, safety, Pediatrician visits, vaccines, common problems, and other topics.
Growth Chart: Girls Two to Twenty Years
Growth Charts - Girls Two to Twenty Years. Track your toddlers, school age children and adolescents height and weight percentiles and growth curves on these full color growth charts.
Head Lice - Lice Pictures
A picture of a head louse, which can help you identify when your kids have lice. Page 5.
What You Should Know About Ringworm in Children
Ringworm is usually a mild fungal infection of the skin that causes a red circular lesion with a scaly border.
Head Louse - Magnified Head Lice Picture
A picture of a head louse near a hair to show scale and so you can see how big head lice really are. Page 6.
Is Your Baby Teething? Important Facts You...
Parents often think that their baby's are teething when they begin drooling and putting their fingers in their mouth when they are around three or four months old. Review more classic teething symptoms and learn what you should do if you think your baby is teething.
Wait, Kids Can Get Shingles?
My daughter was just diagnosed with shingles. She is only fourteen. Isn't shingles just something older people get? Can kids get shingles?
Head Louse Close-Up Picture - Head Lice...
A close-up picture of a live head louse, which can help you to identify head lice on your child's hair during a lice infestation. Page 4.
Adult Male Head Louse - Lice Pictures
A picture of an adult louse, which is likely a male, since it is a little skinnier than typical female head lice. Page 3.
How to Tell the Difference Between Bronchitis...
Bronchitis is a common diagnosis for kids with lingering coughs, which leads to many unnecessary antibiotic prescriptions. That makes it important to learn to recognize bronchitis symptoms when your kids get them.
Lip Licker's Dermatitis
During the winter, when many kids have dry skin, they often also get red irritated skin around their mouth, which leads to a classic lip licker's dermatitis. Page 15.
ADHD Symptom Quiz - Does your child have ADHD?
Does your child have ADHD? Use our symptom checklist to see if your child has symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Is Your Child's Fever Bad Enough for a Doctor's...
Review when you should call your Pediatrician when your infant, toddler, or older child has a fever.
What You Need to Know About Measles Outbreaks
Learn about recent measles outbreaks, which are reaching record levels, and how to protect your kids from measles.
What Happens to Your Body When You Have...
Review the symptoms of chicken pox, a viral infection that is becoming less common because most children now receive the chicken pox vaccine.
Are Sweating Babies Normal?
My baby seems to sweat a lot. When he wakes up in the morning, his hair is wet and his back is often sweaty when I am breastfeeding him. He seems fine otherwise and doesn't seem hot. Is it normal to sweat so much?
Teen Depression Screening Quiz
A depression screening quiz to see if your kids or teenager is depressed.
What Every Parent Should Know About Staph...
Learn to identify and treat common skin infections caused by the staph bacteria, including impetigo and abscesses.
Your Child's Predicted Height - Two Years Times...
Parents often have questions about how tall their kids will be. To predict your child's future height based on his genetic potential (which is based on his parent's midparental height), fill in the following form with the height of each of the child's birth parents.
How to Stay Safe From Ringworm
Ringworm is common in children, and although parents are quick to blame their pets for giving their kids this rash, the family dog or cat isn't always to blame. Review how kids can catch ringworm.
Be Aware of These RSV Symptoms in Children
Older children with RSV often just get simple cold symptoms, like a runny nose, cough, and fever. In younger children, especially infants and toddlers, RSV can affect their lungs, causing symptoms of bronchiolitis or pneumonia.
Your Kid Has Bruised Legs: Should You Be Worried?
Although bruising is often normal in active children, if your child has excessive bruising or easy bruising and other signs of a bleeding disorder, then be sure to see your pediatrician right away. Learn some of the reasons why children may have easy bruising and bleeding.
Height Comparison Calculator
This Height Comparison Calculator makes it easy to see how your child's predicted height compares to everyone else (or enter your own height to see how your compare to the average adult).
Pediatric Problem Solver - Find Medical and...
Pediatric Problem Solver Find Medical and Parenting Advice and Information Sorry, but our Pediatric Problem
Understanding the New Growth Standard for...
WHO growth charts are the new standard to monitor the how well younger children are growing, as they do a better job of representing the normal growth of breastfeeding babies.
Review some of the consequences of choosing...
Over the years, many alternative and quack treatments for autism, cancer, and other conditions have given parents false hope and harmed children.
Baby Bottle Feeding Problems
Review what might cause a baby to scream when she starts to drink a bottle of baby formula.
Does Hair Loss in Children Signify Health...
Hair loss is a scary and frustrating symptom for parents, especially since you don't really expect kids to lose their hair. Learn about common causes and treatments of hair loss, including ringworm, telogen effluvium, trichotillomania, and alopecia areata.
Do you know how many kids die from the flu each...
Deaths from flu are a lot more common than people think. Thousands of adults and hundreds of kids die each year from the flu, which is a good reason to get a yearly flu vaccine.
What Are the Early Signs of Autism?
Learn more about the early signs of autism and what you should do when you have concerns about your child's development.
When Is My Baby Ready for Solid Foods?
Review the ages, stages, and steps, at which your baby can eat each type of baby food.
Growth Chart: Girls Birth to 36 months
Growth Charts - Girls birth to 36 months. Track your infants and toddlers height and weight percentiles and growth curve on these full color growth charts.
What Is Tamiflu?
Tamiflu is a prescription antiviral medication that can be used to treat and prevent influenza infections (the flu) in children and adults, if their symptoms have started within the last day or two before starting to take Tamiflu.
Fifth Disease
Fifth disease (erythema infectiosum) is a common viral infection of childhood that causes a distinctive rash, including red or 'slapped cheeks' and a pink or red lacelike rash on their arms. Page 5.
What to Do if Your Child Is Bitten by a Stray Cat
My preschooler was bitten by a stray cat in the neighborhood this afternoon. What should I do? Could he get rabies from a cat bite? Does he need antibiotics?
Everything Parents Need to Know About Hives
Review common triggers for hives in children, including foods, medications, and other less common causes, and how to treat your child with hives.
Child Development Quiz
Do you understand your child's development? Take our Child Development Quiz to test if you have a good understanding of whether or not your child is growing and developing normally.
Skin Rashes
Review pictures of common childhood skin rashes, including ringworm, chicken pox, eczema, measles, insect bites, diaper rashes, and yeast infections, to help you become familiar with common conditions that might be causing your child's rash.
How to Know if it's Walking Pneumonia
Walking pneumonia is caused by the Mycoplasma pneumoniae bacteria. Although it is usually a milder form of pneumonia than other bacterial forms of pneumonia, the symptoms can be bothersome, can linger for a month or more, and some cases can be serious and even life-threatening. Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments for walking pneumonia.
Allowance Calculator - How much should your...
Allowance Calculator How much should your child get? Sorry, but our Allowance Calculator requires that
Constipation Treatment Guide
Constipation Treatment Guide Pediatric Basics Pediatrics Pediatric Problem Solver Medical Advice Expert
Your Guide to Properly Feeding Your Infant
Review these infant feeding guidelines so that you know how much formula and solid foods your baby should be eating and drinking.
Treat Your Child's Head Lice the Right Way With...
Review the symptoms of head lice infestations and get information about some of the natural remedies and home remedies for treating head lice.
The Best Humidifiers and Vaporizers
Top picks when looking for a humidifier or vaporizer for your kids, which can help to treat cold symptoms and croup.
Can You Identify These Symptoms of Strep Throat?
Review why a child being treated with antibiotics for strep throat might start coughing.
Learn to Identify These Shingles Symptoms
Shingles, also called herpes zoster, is a reactivation of chickenpox, which can cause pain and a classic rash, with clusters of small bumps that turn into vesicles (fluid filled blisters) and eventually form crusty scabs.
Why Do My Kids Get Sick So Much?
Why Do My Kids Get Sick So Much? Question of the Week Pediatrics Pediatric Problem Solver Medical Advice
How Safe Is a Baby Jumper?
Learn how to use a baby jumper safely, which can provide some fun for your baby who is likely getting tired of laying around all of the time.
Growth Chart: Boys Body Mass Index (BMI)
Growth Charts - Boys body mass index (bmi). Track your toddlers, school age children and adolescents bmi percentiles and growth curves on these full color growth charts.
Pityriasis Rosea - Pityriasis Rosea Picture
Pityriasis rosea is often confused with ringworm, because this skin rash typically begins with a large scaly herald patch that actually does look like a ringworm. Page 12.
How to Diagnose Night Terrors in Children
Night terrors are common in younger children, who may 'wake' up screaming and crying and are inconsolable as you try to comfort them.
Common Flu Symptoms You Can Identify
Understanding what typical flu symptoms are in children can help you figure out if your child is sick with the flu and they can include a sudden onset of high fever, muscle aches, tiredness, headache, cough, sore throat, and runny nose.
An Update on this Year's Flu Season
Get updates, activity reports, and the latest recommendations about this year's cold and flu season, including updates on new flu strains and getting flu vaccines.
How Should Parents Switch From Formula to Whole...
Learn about how to change your child from an infant formula to whole cow's milk so that she continues to get enough calcium in her diet.
10 All-Time Best Foods for Kids
Review a list of the healthy foods that kids actually like to eat, so that you can avoid many of the high-calorie, high-fat and kid-friendly foods that kids often end up eating.
Do Your Child's Frequent Nosebleeds Need...
Learn what to do if your child is having frequent nosebleeds.
Look Out for These Common STD Symptoms
Review the symptoms of common STDs, like chlamydia, genital herpes, gonorrhea, and syphilis.
Tamiflu Can Help the Flu, But Watch Out for...
Although its use is somewhat controversial, mainly because it is only supposed to decrease flu symptoms by a day and high rates of its use have raised concerns that it may lead to flu virus strains that become resistant to flu medications, it does seem to help many children with the flu. Review how Tamiflu is used and learn about possible side effects.
When Your Child Should Start Using Deodorant
Learn how to control a child's body odor and at what age you should start using deodorant.
What Every Parent Should Know About Baby Tremors
Review what to do about a breastfed baby who is fussy and is making some shaking arm movements.
When Can You Stop Burping Your Baby?
Review when you can stop burping your baby and the different positions that you can use to burp a baby.
Why Doctors Prescribe This Chemo Drug for the Flu
Review the use of Zofran in children with gastroenteritis or vomiting from the stomach flu.
Ringworm
Review a picture of the characteristic rash of a tinea corporis (ringworm) infection. Note the red, ring shaped lesion with scale. Page 6.
Why You Shouldn't Wake Your Child Up to Measure...
Review whether or not you should wake up your toddler to check his temperature or give him a fever reducer, such as Tylenol or Motrin, to treat his fever when he is sleeping.
Child with a Cold Sore
View a picture of a child with a cold sore or fever blister on her lip. Page 14.
How to Choose the Right Formula for Your Baby
Although breast milk is a clear first place favorite between formula feeding and breastfeeding, few experts will tell you which brand of formula comes in second. Learn about the different brands and new types of baby formula, including those that have added probiotics, prebiotics, and nutrients.
Does Your Child Need to Be on the BRAT Diet?
Although starting a BRAT diet, bananas, rice, applesauce, and toast, is popular among parents when their kids have diarrhea, it is important to remember that it is usually not necessary.
Advice for Diagnosiing and Treating Sinusitis...
Sinus infections are often overdiagnosed in children. Learn the symptoms and how to tell the difference between sinusitis and a simple cold, so that you can prevent using antibiotics unnecessarily.
How Many Calories Are in a Pound of Fat, Anyway?
Understanding how many calories it takes to gain a pound of fat can help you understand how your kids become overweight so quickly.
Bug Bite - Bug Bite Picture
Bug bites can be scary for parents, since even a 'normal' reaction to an bug bite, as shown in this picture, can include redness, swelling, and warm skin. Page 2.
Tinea Capitis
A picture showing the round, scaly patches with hair loss that are charactistic of tinea capitis or ringworm on a child's scalp. Page 13.
Understanding Fever in Children
Fever is a common symptom in children. Understanding fever can help combat fever phobia and teach parents when it is appropriate to treat a child's fever with a fever reducer, such as Tylenol or Motrin.
Self Esteem Screening Quiz
A screening quiz to see if your child has any signs of low self esteem.
Yeast - Diaper Rash Pictures
You should suspect a yeast diaper rash, as shown in this picture, when your baby's regular diaper rash just isn't getting better and then becomes bright red, and is surrounded with red bumps (satellite lesions). Page 9.
Why Your Child May Have a Black Tongue
My son has had a stomach ache for a few days. It was mild and I wasn't too worried about it, but this morning he woke up with a black tongue. He otherwise seems fine, but I have never seen anything like it. What could be wrong with him?
Understanding Respiratory Syncytial Virus in...
Learn the basics of RSV or Respiratory Syncytial Virus infections and bronchiolitis.
Your Baby Week Two
Review how to care for your newborn baby during her second week, including breastfeeding tips, safety advice, medical issues, common questions and answers, and what to expect at your baby's two week check-up.
Learn More About the Kissing Disease
Infectious mononucleosis, or mono, is a common childhood infection that can cause a sore throat, fever, and swollen glands. Review the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments for mono.
Must-Know Flu Facts for Kids with the Flu
Do your kids have the flu? Learn classic flu symptoms so that you can recognize if your kids have the flu and what flu treatments, if any, are recommended to help them get better as soon as possible.
Measles
Review a picture of the characteristic red blotchy rash of a child with measles and read about other measles symptoms these children have. Page 8.
Don't Overlook These Appendicitis Symptoms
Learn about classic appendicitis symptoms, which can include abdominal pain that moves to the right lower quadrant of the belly, vomiting, loss of appetite, and a low grade fever.
Create New and Unique Baby Names
Find baby names from our list of the most popular names of 2002 for your baby girl or boy.
How Should Parents Treat Vomiting and Diarrhea?
Review how to take care of your child with diarrhea and vomiting and how to tell if they are getting dehydrated.
What You Can Do to Relieve That Itch
Review common treatments for itching that can provide some relief for itchy kids with rashes, including many over-the-counter 'anti-itch' type medications.
What Every Parent Should Do to Prevent Dry Skin...
Dry skin is a common problem for kids, especially in the summer and winter seasons. Learn how to prevent and treat your child's dry skin problems.
The Temperature Your New Baby Will Like Best
After questions about the correct way to take their baby's temperature and recognizing if they have a fever, a very common question is about the right temperature to keep their home at to keep their baby safe and comfortable.
What Is Zithromax Used For?
Learn more about Zithromax or azithromycin, a popular antibiotic that is used to treat kids with ear infections, pneumonia, strep throat, and sinusitis.
Medical Symptom Checker - Figure Out What Is...
Medical Symptom Checker Figure Out What Is Causing Your Child's Symptoms Symptom Checker Enter your child's
What High-Fiber Foods Should You Give Your Kids?
Review these lists of high fiber foods to find healthy foods for your child, and learn which foods are good sources of fiber, including many fruits, vegetables, legumes (beans), breads, and cereals.
Try These Home Remedies for Sick Kids
Pediatricians often get a bad rap for always wanting to pull out their prescription pad when kids come in for sick visits. Learn some home remedies that many pediatricians recommend, such as using a Neti pot for chronic sinus infections, high fiber diets for constipation, and duct tape for warts.
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