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Boys & HPV Vaccine
Lee Memorial Health System
In 2006 the HPV vaccine was recommended for young girls. In February of 2012, it was extended to boys. Children between 9 and 12 get the best response to the vaccine and side effects are minimal. In the end, it falls to parents to make a choice for their child.

Child Development: Stepping Stones - Lesson 19: The School Years: Summary
Coast Learning
A conclusion to the examination of development during the school years.

Child Development: Stepping Stones - Lesson 16: The School Years: Biosocial Development
Coast Learning
A look at the biosocial development that happens during the school years.

Child Development: Stepping Stones - Lesson 17: The School Years: Cognitive Development
Coast Learning
A look at the cognitive development that occurs during the school years.

Nightmare vs. Night Terror
Lee Memorial Health System
Most parents have calmed a child after a bad night’s sleep. But there are times when the experience becomes a bad dream for everyone, especially when it involves a night terror.

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