There are no hard-and-fast rules on how to communicate with an ASD child, but many family members of a child with ASD have had success with these tips.
If your child stutters, you may seek help from a speech-language pathologist. Take this quiz to learn other facts about stuttering.
If your child has physical or developmental disabilities, he or she may qualify for school-based occupational therapy.
Antibiotics have been called "wonder drugs," because of their ability to treat bacterial infections that were once deadly. Antibiotics have saved countless lives since they were first introduced 60 years ago. But over use of these drugs has allowed some bacteria to become resistant to them.
It is important to know your estimated due date in order to help plan for the baby's birth.
There are benefits to getting regular exercise during pregnancy for most women. Work with your health care provider to develop a safe exercise program you can do throughout your pregnancy. This video discusses the benefits of exercise, as well as recommendations on how to exercise.
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