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Head Injury in Children by a pediatrician. Children are constantly falling over and injuring themselves but how do you know if it's serious or not?

L'Wren Scott's funeral moved to LA by Mick Jagger and her brother

Poor Mick, what a nightmare, and for L'Wren's family, don't understand why The rest of the band are beaming... by ALLEYCAT8 http://dailym.ai/1nMVR0P #DailyMail

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- Since every second counts, always look for a missing child in the pool first. Precious time is often wasted looking for missing children anywhere but in the pool. - Even if children can swim, it doesn't make them drown-proof. Always supervise children using the pool. -For more information about drowning prevention, read CPSC's Safety Barrier Guidelines for Pools (PDF) and How to Plan for the Unexpected (PDF). Linked at the bottom of article

CSN's Sport-Related Concussions in Children and Adolescents - Fact Sheets 2013 | Children's Safety Network

ADHD, Dyscalculia (general mathematical problems), dysgraphia (writing difficulties), dyspraxia (motor skills problems), dyslexia (reading disorder), Gerstmann's Syndrome (often after a stroke or brain injury) - signs to look out for in children

ADHD, Dyscalculia (general mathematical problems), dysgraphia (writing difficulties), dyspraxia (motor skills problems), dyslexia (reading disorder), Gerstmann's Syndrome (often after a stroke or brain injury) - signs to look out for in children

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How to Handle Head Injuries

These head injuries can appear way worse -- or much more harmless -- than they are. So take our crash course in what to look for the next time your child hurts herself.

Guinea Pig Children

Clackers! I loved them and hated them all at the same time. If you caught your wrist in the middle of these boy oh boy did you know about it.

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Latest prescription information about Rifampin- Isoniazid- Pyrazinamide. Learn how to pronounce the drug’s name, its indications, dosage

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6 Strategies for Addressing Self-Injurious Behaviors

Self injurious behaviors are, unfortunately, not unusual for kids with special needs. These behaviors could be anything from biting, hitting or even banging their head on the walls or furniture. Here are some tips to help you sort through why your child is displaying the behavior and how you can help them stop.

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