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Learn more about head injuries (head trauma).
ACL injuries can happen in active and athletic kids when excessive pressure is put on the knee joint, resulting in a torn ligament.
Bike riding is a great way to get exercise and share time as a family. But there's an important factor that you need to consider - safety.
Burners (or stingers) are injuries to the nerve network in the shoulder, arm, forearm, hand, and fingers. They're pretty common in sports and usually go away quickly.
Even though exercise has many positive benefits, too much can be harmful. Teens who exercise compulsively are at risk for both physical and psychological problems.
Sometimes kids lose fluids and salts through fever, diarrhea, vomiting, or sweating. Here are some tips on preventing or treating dehydration.
A broken bone needs emergency medical care. Here's what to do if you think your child just broke a bone.
In hot weather, a child's internal temperature can rise and cause heat exhaustion, which can progress to heatstroke if not treated quickly.
Although they can be serious, nosebleeds are common in children ages 3 to 10 years and most stop on their own.
Here's what to do if you think your child has pulled or torn a muscle, ligament, or tendon.