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  1. Piaget Stages of Development

    WebMD explains the Piaget stages of development and how they are reflected in your child's intellectual growth.

  2. Apert Syndrome

    WebMD describes Apert syndrome, a genetic disorder that can cause abnormalities in the formation of the head and other parts of the body.

  3. Dwarfism

    WebMD explains dwarfism, including causes and management of the disorder.

  4. Adenoiditis

    WebMD explains why adenoids may cause breathing problems and respiratory infections, and treatments for it, including adenoidectomy.

  5. Avoiding Common Household Asthma Triggers

    WebMD explains how to keep your home free of asthma triggers -- and your child breathing easily.

  6. Fragrance Allergies: What's That Smell?

    Do scents and fragrances irritate your nose? Trigger migraines? Spark your allergies? Try these 6 natural alternatives from WebMD to make things smell good.

  7. Safer Pest Control

    WebMD explains how to rid your home of bugs and pests with minimal use of toxic pesticides.

  8. What Is Enterovirus D68?

    Enterovirus-68 is a type of viral infection that may cause cold-like symptoms or severe respiratory infection, especially in children.

  9. The Meningitis Vaccines: What Parents Should Know

    Meningitis vaccines can protect against most types of meningococcal disease. Should you get a vaccine for your child or teen? Here is information parents should know.

  10. Flu Shot or Nasal Spray?

    Each type of flu vaccine has its advantages, so read these facts before deciding on the flu shot or the nasal spray.

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