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A Guide to Your Child's Good Health and Well-Being
The Healthy Child
Do you need information on heart disease? Cancer? Asthma? The common cold? Look here for those and many other conditions.
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Screening tests and immunizations are two important ways to prevent illness and catch health problems when they are easier to treat.
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You can improve your diet with simple changes: Add more fruits and vegetables to your menus, switch to low-fat milk, choose whole grains.
Be an active patient—be a partner with your doctor in your health care. Keep your medical appointments and plan ahead to make the most of those visits.
The central idea in weight management is to balance the amount of food you eat with your level of daily physical activity.
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