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Children's Teaching Sheets
African American babies need special care for their hair and skin. Over-washing can strip away the natural oils and leave their hair dry, brittle and frizzy. Sensitive skin can get dry very quickly.
A blood draw is a way to collect blood for lab tests. The tests are done to check your child's health. Learn how the tests are done and how to help your child prepare.
Learn about how to do a fecal occult blood test.
Learn the signs of postpartum depression and find out what resources can help.
This sheet provides high fiber recipes.
Learn how to use a metered dose inhaler with a spacer and a mask.
Resources for families and individuals who are lesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual or questioning.
Food safety is important for your health. This sheet tells you how to prepare and store food safely.
This test is done to find out how the body handles glucose (sugar). Learn how blood sugar affects Cystic Fibrosis (CF).
The 23 hour pH/Impedence Probe Test helps the doctor decide what treatment, if any, is needed for Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), which is caused by stomach contents coming up into the esophagus.