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Taking a splinter out as soon as you spot it helps prevent infection and makes removal easier.
A stiff neck is usually nothing to worry about. In rare cases, it can be a sign of something serious. Here's what to do about a stiff neck.
Stomachaches are common in childhood, and often caused by gas, constipation or viruses. Find out when a stomachache requires a trip to the doctor.
Here's what to do if you think your child has pulled or torn a muscle, ligament, or tendon.
You can treat mild sunburn at home. But severe sunburn needs medical attention. Here's what to do.
If your child loses a baby tooth, there's no need to replace it. But if a permanent tooth is dislodged, it's a dental emergency. Here's what to do.
Telltale signs of the flu include a sore throat, body aches and fever. Here's what to do if your child has the flu.
Some ticks carry harmful germs that can cause disease. Find out what to do if your child is bitten by a tick.
Vomiting can be caused by many things, most commonly gastroenteritis (the "stomach flu"). Here's what to do when your child throws up.
Warts are common skin infections. They generally don't cause any serious problems, so usually don't need to be removed.