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    1. How to Help a Stuttering Child

      Childhood stammering is not uncommon. Learn more from WebMD about helping a child with this speech disorder.

    2. Treatments for Dyslexia

      Could your child have dyslexia? Learn more from WebMD about this learning disorder.

    3. How to Soothe Your Child’s Stomachache

      Does your tot have tummy troubles? Learn what’s causing his stomachache and how to soothe it.

    4. When Your Baby Has a Cold

      Babies and toddlers catch a lot of colds. Find out how to make your little one feel better, and when to call the doctor.

    5. Prevent carbon monoxide poisoning

      WebMD describes the symptoms and causes of carbon monoxide poisoning.

    6. Prevent Mold

      Learn how to keep your home free of mold with the help of WebMD.

    7. Diarrhea in Children: Causes and Treatments

      Learn more from WebMD about treating your child's diarrhea.

    8. Seasonal Flu Shot and Nasal Spray

      Learn more from WebMD about the seasonal flu shot and nasal spray, including when to get them and possible side effects.

    9. Whooping Cough Vaccine: FAQ

      Get answers to questions about DTaP and Tdap, the vaccines that prevent whooping cough, diphtheria, and tetanus.

    10. Progeria

      Progeria, also known as Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome (HGPS), is a rare genetic condition that causes a child's body to grow old quickly. There's no cure, but treatment can ease or delay symptoms.

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