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Pediatric Advisor 2015.3: Category: Child Health & Development

Topics followed by * (asterisk) are available in Spanish. Brief versions of topics have a reading level no higher than 4th grade.

Apnea of Prematurity
Appetite Slump in Toddlers*
Baby Clothes
Baby Equipment and Supplies
Baby Laundry
Baby Walkers
Biliary Atresia
Bilirubin Lights
Bowlegs and Knock Knees
Boys: BMI for Age Growth Chart: Illustration*
Breast Care If You Choose Not to Breast-Feed
Breast Engorgement After Childbirth
Breast-Feeding Advice*
Breast-Feeding Benefits*
Breast-Feeding Essentials
Breast-Feeding Essentials: Brief Version*
Breast-Feeding Positions*
Breast-Feeding Positions: Illustration*
Breast-Feeding Problems: Plugged Ducts
Breast-Feeding Twins
Breast-Feeding, Latching on: Illustration*
Breast-Feeding: Breast Massage and Hand Expression
Breast-Feeding: How to Increase Your Milk Supply*
Breast-Feeding: Introducing a Bottle to a Breast-Fed Baby
Breast-Feeding: Is My Baby Getting Enough Milk?*
Breast-Feeding: Late Preterm Baby
Breast-Feeding: Let-Down Reflex
Breast-Feeding: Medical Reasons Not to Breast-Feed
Breast-Feeding: Sore Nipples
Breast-Feeding: Storage and Handling of Breast Milk
Breast-Feeding: While Your Baby Is Hospitalized
Childproofing Your Home*
Circumcision Care*
Circumcision: Pros and Cons*
Colic (The Crying Baby)*
Colic (The Crying Baby): Brief Version*
Crying Diary: Illustration
Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip
Diaper Rash*
Diaper Rash: Brief Version*
Diapers: Reusable Versus Disposable
Feeding Disorder of Infancy or Early Childhood
Finding a Healthcare Provider for Your Baby
Foreskin Care and Problems*
Formula (Bottle) Feeding
Formula (Bottle) Feeding: Brief Version*
Formula or Breast Milk: How to Make High-Calorie*
Girls: BMI for Age Growth Chart: Illustration*
Growth Delay or Disorder
Growth: Normal
How to Feed Your Baby Step by Step*
How to Feed Your Baby Step by Step: Illustration*
Infant Massage
Infants: Judging the Severity of Illness*
Intraventricular Hemorrhage (IVH) of the Newborn
Jaundice (Newborn)
Jaundice of the Newborn: Brief Version*
Keratosis Pilaris
Newborn Anemia
Newborn Infections
Newborn Reflexes and Behavior*
Newborn Screening Tests*
Newborn Skin Care (Normal)*
Newborn Skin Care (Normal): Brief Version*
Newborn Skin Rashes and Birthmarks*
Newborns: Flattened Head Syndrome
Newborns: Normal Appearance*
Newborns: Subtle Symptoms of Illness*
Normal Development: 10 Years Old*
Normal Development: 11 Years Old*
Normal Development: 12 Months Old*
Normal Development: 12 to 14 Years Old*
Normal Development: 15 Months Old*
Normal Development: 15 to 17 Years Old*
Normal Development: 18 Months Old*
Normal Development: 18 to 20 Years Old*
Normal Development: 2 Months Old*
Normal Development: 2 Weeks Old*
Normal Development: 2 Years Old*
Normal Development: 3 Years Old*
Normal Development: 4 Months Old*
Normal Development: 4 Years Old*
Normal Development: 5 Years Old*
Normal Development: 6 Months Old*
Normal Development: 6 Years Old*
Normal Development: 7 Years Old*
Normal Development: 8 Years Old*
Normal Development: 9 Months Old*
Normal Development: 9 Years Old*
Normal Development: Newborn*
Overweight and Obese Children*
Premature Baby: Hospital Care
RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus)*
Shaken Baby Syndrome*
Sippy Cups
Sleep Position for Young Infants*
Sleep Problems: from Feeding Until Asleep*
Sleep Problems: from Holding Until Asleep*
Sleep Problems: Prevention (6 Months to 2 Years)*
Sleep Problems: Prevention (Birth to 6 Months)*
Sleep: Phasing Out Nighttime Feedings
Soft Spot (Anterior Fontanel)
Solid (Strained) Foods*
Speech and Language Problems in Children
Speech Therapy
Spitting Up by Infants (Reflux)
Spitting Up by Infants: Brief Version*
Staph Infection*
Teething: Brief Version*
Temperature, How to Measure*
Temperature, How to Measure by Mouth: Illustration*
Temperature, How to Measure in Armpit: Illustration*
Temperature, How to Measure: Brief Version*
Toilet Training: Readiness Training Comes First
Transient Tachypnea of the Newborn
Umbilical (Bellybutton) Granuloma
Umbilical Catheter
Umbilical Cord, Bleeding*
Umbilical Cord, Delayed Separation*
Umbilical Cord, Oozing*
Umbilical Hernia*
Undescended Testicle*
Weaning from Bottle to Cup*
Weaning from Breast to Bottle*
Weaning from Breast to Cup*
Weaning Reluctance or Resistance*
Weaning: How to Prevent Problems*
Weight Training for Children and Teens
Well Child Care at 1 Month*
Well Child Care at 1 Week*
Well Child Care at 10 Years*
Well Child Care at 11 and 12 Years*
Well Child Care at 12 Months*
Well Child Care at 15 Months*
Well Child Care at 18 Months*
Well Child Care at 2 1/2 Years*
Well Child Care at 2 Months*
Well Child Care at 2 Weeks*
Well Child Care at 2 Years*
Well Child Care at 3 Years*
Well Child Care at 4 Months*
Well Child Care at 4 Years*
Well Child Care at 5 Years*
Well Child Care at 6 Months*
Well Child Care at 6 Years*
Well Child Care at 7 Years*
Well Child Care at 8 and 9 Years*
Well Child Care at 9 Months*
Well Teen Care
Wetting Diary: Illustration
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