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    Caring for a laceration (Spanish)

    A laceration is a cut in the skin. Learn how to care for a laceration so that it does not get infected or pull apart.

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    Caring for a laceration 1519

    A laceration is a cut in the skin. Learn how to care for a laceration so that it does not get infected or pull apart.

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    Choking game 1177

    The "choking game" is not a game. It is a dangerous activity that causes a decrease in oxygen to the brain. Learn how to recognize the signs and help your child know the dangers of playing this deadly "game".

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    Choking game (Spanish)

    The "choking game" is not a game. It is a dangerous activity that causes a decrease in oxygen to the brain. Learn how to recognize the signs and help your child know the dangers of playing this deadly "game".

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    Emergency room and clinic visits 1156

    Children may get scared if they have to go to the emergency room. Learn how to help your child cope with emergency room and clinic visits at the hospital.

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    Emergency room and clinic visits (Spanish)

    Children may get scared if they have to go to the emergency room. Learn how to help your child cope with emergency room and clinic visits at the hospital.

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    Fever: Evaluating and caring for an infant under 2 months of age 1159

    Fever in a baby under 2 months old could be a sign of serious infection. Learn what tests might be done in the Emergency Room.

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    Fever: Evaluating and caring for an infant under 2 months of age (Spanish)

    Fever in a baby under 2 months old could be a sign of serious infection. Learn what tests might be done in the Emergency Room.

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    Liver injuries 1139

    The liver is an organ that helps break down foods and medicines in the blood, so the body can absorb and use them. A liver injury, no matter how small could cause damage to major blood vessels around the liver.

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    Liver injuries (Spanish)

    The liver is an organ that helps break down foods and medicines in the blood, so the body can absorb and use them. A liver injury, no matter how small could cause damage to major blood vessels around the liver.

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