Children with heart disease have special needs, and pediatric hypertrophic cardiomyopathy presents special challenges. A new study confirms the best approach for effective treatment.
Regular testicular self-examinations (TSE) are key to early detection of testicular cancer. Cleveland Clinic pediatric urologist Audrey Rhee, MD, has advice for parents on talking to their sons about the importance of TSEs.
To help children lose weight, parents need to pay attention to what their children eat and drink, not only during meals, but also between meals. Find expert tips to help kids shed extra weight safely and effectively.
Ask questions and get answers about early childhood nutrition from a Cleveland Clinic physician during a live webchat Wednesday, August 15, 2012, at noon (ET).
Magnet ingestion rates in children have been on the rise due to the growing popularity of magnet toys. When accidentally swallowed, these small bead-like magnets can twist intestines, causing bowel ulcerations, intestinal damage, perforations, blood poisoning and even death.
Babies and germs. They do mix sometimes. But to minimize illness, an expert offers simple, effective tips for cleaning.
How much alcohol is safe for pregnant women? A Danish study casts doubt on accepted advice of total elimination of alcohol during all stages of pregnancy.
Moving from bottles to sippy cups to regular cups can be a process. An expert offers tips to help your child make the switch.
New findings released by the National Center for Health Statistics finds teen pregnancy in the United States has hit a historic low.
Ask questions and get answers about scoliosis for children and adults from Cleveland Clinic physicians during a live webchat on Tuesday, June 26, 2012, at noon (ET).