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Abdominal pain is common and, most of the time, doesn't have a serious cause.
Back pain is fairly common, and is often due to muscle strain or sprain. In students, wearing a heavy backpack is a common cause.
Most causes of chest pain in kids and teens are not serious and will clear up with minimal or no treatment.
Coughing is a symptom, not a disease, and sometimes can help clear the airway.
Babies use crying to communicate, and during the first 3 months of life, they cry a lot. Knowing what to expect can help parents and caregivers manage.
Diarrhea (loose, watery, or more frequent stools) can be a symptom of many conditions, including common infections. Most cases go away in a few days with proper home care.
Dizziness refers to feelings of lightheadedness, vertigo, or disequilibrium.
In most cases, fainting is not a sign of a dangerous problem, but should still be discussed with a doctor.
A fever itself is a symptom, causes no harm, and is often the body's way of fighting infections.
Headaches are common in kids and teens, and can have a wide range of causes. Most can be managed at home.