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Asthma, English External Icon Asthma, achronic condition, affects more than 20 million Americans, with most having their first onset of symptoms before 20 years of age.

Bottle Feeding, English External Icon Although breastfeeding is considered optimal for your baby's health and development, it is not the only option for feeding infants.

Bottle Feeding, Spanish External Icon Aunque se considera que amamantar a su bebe es óptimo para su salud y desarrollo, no es la única opción para alimentarlo.

Breastfeeding, English External Icon Whether you are a new parent or a more experienced parent, you may have questions or concerns about feeding your newborn.

Breastfeeding, Spanish External Icon Tanto los padres novatos, como los que tienen más experiencia, pueden tener preguntas o inquietudes acerca de como amamantar a su bebé recién nacido.

Cardiac Rehabilitation, English External Icon If you recently had a heart attack, angioplasty, bypass surgery or other heart   conditions, your healthcare provider will want you to become active again very soon.

Febrile Seizures, English External Icon Febrile seizures occur in about 2% to 4% of children, and represent one of the most common neurologic disorders of childhood

Heart Murmurs, English External Icon Blood flowing through the heart is usually silent.

Hypertension, English External Icon Hypertension is the medical term for high blood pressure.

Mononucleosis, English External Icon Mononucleosis is an acute infectious disease that affects the respiratory system, the liver, and the lymphatic system.

Obesity, English External Icon Obesity is an increased percentage of total body fat compared to normal, whereas, overweight is an increased body weight relative to height.

Ringworm, English External Icon Ringworm is a general term used to describe a very common type of skin infection.

Type 1 Diabetes in Children and Teens, English External Icon You may have been told that your child has type 1 diabetes. This means your child’s body has trouble using a sugar called glucose for energy.

Type 1 Diabetes in Children and Teens, Spanish External Icon Es posible que le hayan informado que su hijo tiene diabetes tipo 1. Esto significa que el cuerpo de su hijo tiene dificultad para utilizar un azúcar llamado glucosa para obtener energía.

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