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Many kids will have a broken bone at some point. Here's what to expect.
A buckle or torus fracture is a type of broken bone. One side of the bone bends, raising a little buckle, without breaking the other side of the bone.
Many people regularly get bothersome canker sores in their mouths. Here's how to help prevent them - and make a kid who has one more comfortable.
What teachers should know about concussions and the healing process.
Fainting is a temporary loss of consciousness. Someone who has fainted will usually recover quickly.
Fevers happen when the body's internal "thermostat" raises the body temperature above normal. This is often the body's way of fighting infections.
Functional abdominal pain is lasting belly pain that doesn't respond to treatment. Many school-age kids have it at some point, but get better without lasting problems.
Knowing what to expect when you need to take your child to the emergency room can help make it a little less stressful.
A greenstick fracture is a type of broken bone. The bone cracks on one side only, not all the way through the bone.
Growing pains are leg pains and soreness that happen to kids at night, usually when they're 3 to 12 years old.