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  • Hair Loss for Teens


    Baldness or hair loss may seem like something only adults need to worry about. But when teens lose more than the usual amount of hair, it may mean that something is going on.

  • Coping With Cosmetic Effects of Cancer Treatment for Parents


    It's normal for kids to have hair loss, skin changes, or weight gain during treatment. This article offers tips for helping kids feel better about their appearance.

  • Taking Care of Your Hair for Teens


    It can be your shining glory or the bane of your existence. However you feel about your hair, chances are you want it to be healthy. Find out how to keep hair looking good in this article.

  • Hearing Impairment for Teens


    Hearing impairment occurs when there's a problem with or damage to one or more parts of the ear. Find out its causes and what can be done to help correct it.

  • What's Hearing Loss? for Kids


    Hearing loss happens when there is a problem with the ear, nerves connected to the ear, or the part of the brain that controls hearing. Someone who has hearing loss may be able to hear some sounds or nothing at all. To learn more, read this article for kids.

  • Skin, Hair & Nails for Teens


    This section has information on health problems that can affect a person's skin, hair, and nails.

  • Side Effects of Chemotherapy and Radiation for Parents


    Side effects of cancer treatment can include flu-like symptoms, hair loss, and blood clotting problems. After treatment ends, most side effects go away.

  • Side Effects of Chemotherapy and Radiation for Teens


    Side effects of cancer treatment can include flu-like symptoms, hair loss, and blood clotting problems. After treatment ends, most side effects go away.

  • Cochlear Implants for Parents


    Sometimes called a "bionic ear," the cochlear implant can restore hearing for many kinds of hearing loss.

  • Earbuds for Teens


    Earbuds are basically a tiny pair of speakers that go inside the ears. They're fine at low volumes, but they can cause permanent hearing loss if not used properly. Find out what's safe (and not) in this article for teens.