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Children's Health

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  1. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Ozone, and Children's Eyes

    Does your child have red, irritated eyes? It could be the result of exposure to VOCs -- volatile organic compounds -- and ozone from common household products. "VOCs really are everywhere," says Sonya Lunder, MPH, a senior analyst at the Environmental Working Group in Washington D.C. They're inside

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  2. Keeping Your House Clean Without Harsh Chemicals

    When you have a new baby, your house might seem a lot dirtier than it did before. The first time your little one stuffs a dust bunny or a desiccated housefly in her mouth is often a low point in parenting. Before you start scrubbing every surface in sight, consider that obsessive cleaning with caust

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  3. When Your Child Has Allergies

    For the parent of a young baby or toddler, it's easy to miss the signs of nasal allergies. "A lot of parents don't realize," says Neeta Ogden, MD, an allergist in Closter, N.J. "They assume that the constant runny nose and sneezing are just what happens when a child's exposed to day care germs." Whi

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  4. What's In Your Personal Care Products?

    It smells good. It feels good on your child's skin. And all her friends are using it. But is it the healthiest choice? When it comes to choosing shampoos, lotions, and other personal products for your kids -- or helping them make good choices -- it's not an easy question to answer. That’s because al

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  5. Swine Flu Prevention: Tips for Parents

    "How do I protect my child?" That's the No. 1 question parents have when it comes to swine flu. To help guide parents, WebMD turned to three pediatricians for answers to common questions about swine flu. Are some children more at risk than others? Should you take your kids out of school if there are

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  6. Taking Care of Baby's Sensitive Skin

    Although you want to keep your new baby clean and her skin healthy and soft, you might worry about the chemicals in your baby shampoos, soaps, and lotions. Do you need them? Could any of those additives and preservatives -- like parabens and phthalates -- be harmful to her? To get some guidance, Web

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  7. Whooping Cough: What You Need to Know

    What do we all need to know about whooping cough (pertussis)? WebMD asked epidemiologist Tom Clark, MD, MPH, of the CDC's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases. What is whooping cough? Whooping cough is a bacterial infection that's highly contagious, and it's also vaccine prevent

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  8. How Doctors Diagnose and Treat Precocious Puberty

    You might think that diagnosing early puberty is simple. If your 6-year-old daughter seems to be developing breasts or your 7-year-old son has hair under his arms, isn't that evidence enough? Actually, it's not. Early puberty can be hard to diagnose, even for the experts. So how do doctors settle on

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  9. Obesity and Early Puberty: What's the Risk?

    About 1 in 5,000 children experience early puberty. Studies suggest that, on average, kids are starting puberty earlier than they once did. Could the rise in obesity be playing a role? Many experts think so, at least when it comes to girls. "I think it's quite clear that some of the early puberty we

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  10. Want to Help Feed America's Hungry Children?

    Scarlett Johansson discovered her passion for feeding the hungry after Hurricane Katrina, when she started working with USA Harvest in New Orleans. Several years later, Stan Curtis, who founded USA Harvest, asked her if she wanted to help promote a new program called Blessings in a Backpack. The ide

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