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HealthyChildren.org (American Academy of Pediatrics): "Car Seats: Information for Families for 2015," "Head Lice: What Parents Need to Know," "Growing Pains are Normal Most of the Time," "Vitamins for Breastfed Babies."
KidsHealth.org: "All About Menstruation," "Growing Pains."
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Texas Department of State Health Services: "Head Lice Fact Sheet No. 5: Myths, Misconceptions, and Truths About Head Lice."
FDA: "OTC Cough and Cold Products: Not for Infants and Children Under 2 Years of Age."
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