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It started with an aching neck and a fever, but doctors soon realized Alex had multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children, or MIS-C, a condition that may occur in children who had COVID-19.
Ebony Hunter, M.D., explains what to look for in things like insect bites and other bruises to know whether they’re mild or whether your child may need to see a health care provider.
Micayla Johnson, R.N., shares why it is so important for families to have their children receive the flu vaccine each year.
Rachel Dawkins, M.D., talks about what parents can do to help newborns and children if they’re constipated.
One in four high school students in the United States reports vaping. Physicians at Johns Hopkins All Children’s recently launched a study to better determine just how toxic vaping is to children.
October is sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) awareness month. Prem Fort, M.D., explains how safe sleep practices can reduce a baby’s risk of SIDS.