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What Makes Children Care? Teaching Gentleness in a Violent World
American Psychological Association
APA article discussing if children are naturally 'caring'. Excellent article from their public relations department.

Common Sleep Problems
Nemours Foundation
This article, directed at teenagers, provides an overview of sleep cycles and then provides short descriptions of common sleep disorders. The information is thorough, yet understandable and age-appropriate.

The Story on Self-Esteem
Nemours Foundation
The article for children provides an overview of self-esteem, why it's important and how to get it. The information is thorough, yet age-appropriate and understandable.

Kids Health Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Nemours Foundation
This article explains IBS to children, including a description of the symptoms, causes, what doctors do for it, and how it can affect children/teenagers.

A Kid's Guide to Divorce
Nemours Foundation
This article explains divorce to children, including what it is, how it happens, and how a family can cope during and after the divorce. The article is presented in an easy to understand format. There are also a large number of other related articles on this site that you can access by doing a keyword search for "divorce" in the upper left corner of the site.

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