Childhood conditions like allergies, diabetes, obesity and others can have a great effect on child. Read about child conditions and how to cope as a parent.
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Raising any kid is a challenge, but raising a kid with a little-understood medical condition, such as Tourette syndrome, is even harder. You're not alone -- many families have dealt with exactly the same difficulties.
By Tom Scheve
As some children enter their toddler years, a small percentage may have problems with socializing or communicating. If signs of autism, Asperger's syndrome or other disorders start to show, they can be categorized under one broad term -- pervasive developmental disorder.
By Jill Jaracz
Epilepsy affects more than 300,000 children in the United States alone. For some, epilepsy could be a serious obstacle to living a "normal" life. Keep kids involved with these activity ideas.
Learning disabilities are no obstacle to a successful future -- even Albert Einstein was a late bloomer when it came to reading. But everyday schoolwork can be a struggle. These activities should make reading and math a little more fun.
Depression in children requires the help of a trained professional to treat, but here are a few activities that you can help out with.
Scary statistics and dire predictions about childhood obesity might make you more inclined to turn off the TV than take action. Why bother trying to change if it's so hard to do? But addressing childhood obesity is also about success stories -- and the everyday choices that can turn it all around.
Parents often know intuitively when something is not quite right with their child's development. Find out what signs to watch out for in detecting a disability in your child.