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Our parenting blog, Rise and Shine, includes a COVID-19 resource hub that has answers to your kids' frequently asked questions, information about vaccines and what to do if your child tests positive for COVID-19.
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March 02, 2023
What you need to know about sleepwalking in children
Sleepwalking behaviors can range from harmless, like sitting up, to potentially dangerous, such as wandering outside. Learn more about sleepwalking in children.
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March 10, 2023Coping activities for non-speaking children
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March 02, 2023Snoring in children
March 02, 2023What you need to know about sleepwalking in children
February 23, 2023The do's and don'ts of fevers in children
February 15, 2023Concussion recovery: rest might not always be best
February 08, 2023Empowering autistic youth to be self-advocates
February 07, 2023Supporting an adolescent struggling with an eating disorder
February 01, 2023Raynaud's syndrome in children
January 27, 2023How often do kids need to shower?
January 27, 2023Do humidifiers really help with colds?
January 20, 2023Getting your teen ready to drive
January 10, 2023Everything you need to know about donating blood
January 04, 2023Cardiac arrest in young athletes
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