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  1. Establishing Limits With YourSchool-Age Child
  2. Helping YourSchool-Age Child Learn About the Body
  3. Help YourSchool-Age Child Develop Social Skills
  4. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Signs That YourChildNeeds to Be Evaluated
  5. Allen Test
  6. Taking Care of Yourself WhenYourChild Is Sick
  7. Coping WhenYourChild Is Near the End of Life
  8. Toilet Training: Knowing WhenYourChild Is Ready
  9. Antisperm Antibody Test
  10. Allergy Tests Provides overview of tests used to find out what a person might be allergic to. Covers skin and blood tests. Explains why and how each test is done. Discusses risks. Explains results and offers points to consider before having tests.
  11. Blocked Tear Ducts: Dye Disappearance Test
  12. Straight-Leg Test for Evaluating Low Back Pain
  13. Gallstone Symptoms: WhenSurgery Is Needed
  14. Ulcerative Colitis: WhenSurgery Is Needed
  15. Crohn's Disease: WhenSurgery Is Needed
  16. Neuropsychological Tests
  17. Sweat Test
  18. String Test for Giardiasis
  19. Sperm Penetration Tests
  20. Syphilis Tests
  21. Nasal Potential Difference Test for Cystic Fibrosis
  22. Mononucleosis Tests Covers monospot test (heterophil test) and EBV antibody test, blood tests used to diagnose mononucleosis (mono), which is caused by the Epstein-Barr virus. Covers how it is done and risks. Also includes info on what test results might mean.
  23. Achilles Tendon Injury: Calf Squeeze Test
  24. ADHD: Taking Care of Yourself WhenYourChild Has ADHD
  25. Huntington's Disease Genetic Test
  26. Tilt Table Test
  27. Taking Care of Yourself WhenYour Baby Is Fussy
  28. Vision Tests
  29. Home Test for Protein in Urine
  30. Dementia: Testing How Well a Person Functions
  31. Heart Tests: When Do You Need Them?
  32. Cell-Free Fetal DNA Test
  33. Lyme Disease: Role of Blood Tests
  34. D-Xylose Absorption Test
  35. Exercise Electrocardiogram (Stress Test) See how a stress test works and how it's done.
  36. Lipase
  37. Hearing Tests
  38. Urine Test: Understanding the Test Learn what happens during a urine test, why it's done, and what it shows.
  39. Gallstones Without Symptoms: WhenSurgery Is Needed
  40. Thyroid Blood Test: Understanding the Test Learn what a thyroid blood test checks for, why you may need one, and what the results mean.
  41. Tympanometry in Ear Infections (Otitis Media)
  42. Tests for Bacterial Vaginosis
  43. Bladder Stress Test and Bonney Test for Urinary Incontinence in Women
  44. ADHD: Helping YourChild Get the Most From School Covers helping achild with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder succeed in school. Discusses working with teachers and other school personnel. Also covers helping yourchild control symptoms. Includes interactive test to measure what you've learned.
  45. Lyme Disease Test Discusses antibody test used to detect Lyme disease. Covers two types of test (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay and Western blot test). Covers why and how they are done. Includes info on what results mean.
  46. Challenge Tests for Asthma
  47. Glaucoma: Target Eye Pressure
  48. Hepatitis C Virus Tests
  49. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Nerve Tests
  50. Cuts: When Stitches Are Needed
  51. Breast Cancer (BRCA) Gene Test Discusses BRCA gene test to check chances of breast cancer if your family or personal history shows a high chance for this cancer. Covers a woman's risk of breast or ovarian cancer if she has BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene changes. Discusses possible test results.
  52. Schizophrenia: When Hospital Care is Needed
  53. Child Care: When to Keep YourChild at Home
  54. Sickle Cell Test
  55. Overnight Dexamethasone Suppression Test
  56. Helping YourChild Transition Into Middle Schoolor Junior High
  57. Cancer Support: WhenYour Cancer Comes Back or Gets Worse
  58. KOH Preparation
  59. Toxoplasmosis Test Discusses toxoplasmosis test, a blood test that checks pregnant women for antibodies to the Toxoplasma gondii parasite. Covers why and how it is done. Also discusses what results mean. Offers link to more info on toxoplasmosis during pregnancy.
  60. Home Test for Urinary Tract Infections Discusses test kits you can get without a prescription to use at home to check for urinary tract infections (UTIs). Looks at how test is done and how to prepare. Discusses possible results.
  61. Genetic Test
  62. Galactosemia Test Explains test for galactosemia, a rare disease passed from parents to children. Covers blood or urine test that checks a newborn for enzymes needed to change galactose from milk into glucose, a sugar used for energy. Explains why and how the test is done.
  63. Cosmetic Surgery and Procedures Looks at surgeryor procedures that change or restore your appearance. Covers Botox, dermabrasion, face-lift, eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty), nose job (rhinoplasty), breast augmentation and reduction, liposuction, and tummy tuck (abdominoplasty).
  64. Self-Test for Breath Alcohol
  65. Urine Test Covers urine test to check different components of urine. Explains why test is done and how to prepare. Includes possible results and what they may mean. Looks at what may affect test results.
  66. Hepatitis A Virus Test
  67. Ketones
  68. Phenylketonuria (PKU) Test
  69. Toxicology Tests
  70. Oral Glucose Tolerance Test Discusses oral glucose tolerance test that measures glucose (blood sugar) levels. Explains that test checks for gestational diabetes, prediabetes, and diabetes. Covers the types of tests done and how to prepare for them.
  71. Coombs Antibody Test (Indirect and Direct)
  72. Animal and Human Bites: When Stitches Are Needed
  73. When to Have a Cholesterol Test
  74. Eye Exams for Adults
  75. Cushing's Syndrome: Corticotropin-Releasing Hormone
  76. Tonometry
  77. Your Child's First Vaccines: What You Need to Know
  78. Healthy Eating: Getting Support When Changing Your Eating Habits
  79. Your Child and the Dentist
  80. Exercise Electrocardiogram Covers exercise stress test, also called treadmill testor exercise EKG. Explains why it's done, such as finding cause of angina symptoms and checking exercise tolerance after heart attack. Includes how it's done and how it feels. Includes risks.
  81. Why Are Blood Tests Needed With Some Medicines? Find out which types of medicines require a regular blood test and why.
  82. Gestational Diabetes: Testing Blood Sugar Learn why you need to testyour blood sugar when you have gestational diabetes.
  83. Diabetes in Children: Food Issues at School
  84. Preventing Falls: Get an Eye Exam Learn how getting an eye exam may help you stay safe and independent.
  85. After-School Programs
  86. Caring for Your Newborn: Diapers Learn what to expect in the first few days when changing your baby's diapers.
  87. Thyroid Hormone Tests Looks at various tests used to check how well the thyroid gland is working. Covers what results might mean. Also looks at what might affect atest. Offers links to info on other tests that might be useful, including thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) test.
  88. Electromyogram (EMG) and Nerve Conduction Studies
  89. Umbilical Hernia: Should My Child Have Surgery? Guides through decision to have yourchild have surgery for an umbilical hernia. Describes symptoms of an umbilical hernia and when they normally occur. Covers benefits and risks. Includes an interactive tool to help you make your decision.
  90. Jack's Story: Will I Need Surgery?
  91. Hemochromatosis Genetic Screening Discusses screening test for hereditary hemochromatosis, a genetic disorder that causes the body to absorb too much iron. Covers symptoms of hereditary hemochromatosis. Discusses who should be screened and offers reasons not to be screened.
  92. Protecting YourChild From Infections
  93. Asthma: Is YourChild Using the Rescue Inhaler Too Often? Learn how to tell whenyourchild is using a rescue inhaler too often.
  94. Epilepsy: Tips for Keeping YourChild Safe Learn how to keep yourchild with epilepsy safer at home, outdoors, and at school.
  95. Long-Acting Bronchodilators for YourChild Learn why a long-acting bronchodilator might be added to yourchild's asthma medicine.
  96. Scoliosis: Should My Child Have Surgery? Guides through decision to have yourchild have surgery for scoliosis. Discusses curves of the spine and whensurgery is normally the best choice for treatment. Covers benefits and risks. Includes an interactive tool to help you make your decision.
  97. Talking With YourChild About Sex Offers tips on talking with yourchild about sex. Addresses family values. Covers getting conversations started. Covers topics such as using condoms and other forms of birth control to avoid pregnancy and STIs. Also covers sexual abuse and date rape.
  98. Emergency Procedures for Group Child Care Facilities
  99. Asthma: Educating Yourself and YourChild
  100. Evaluating YourChild's Hearing

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