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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.

Tourette Syndrome
Nemours Foundation
This article for parents provides an overview of Tourette's including symptoms, diagnosis information and tips for coping with the condition. The information is very comprehensive and offers concrete strategies to implement.

Tips for Divorcing Parents
Nemours Foundation
This article provides a list of tips for parents who are divorcing to communicate and share information with their children, as well as coping with their own feelings. The article is easy to understand and includes concrete examples that can be implemented in your own family. 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.

Empowered Parents
Abigail Natenshon
Resources, articles, and quizzes to aid in the prevention and treatment of eating disorders by Abigail Natenshon, author of When Your Child Has An Eating Disorder.

Flu vs. Cold
This article, targeted towards parents, explains the differences between a cold and the flu with a handy symptom diagnosis chart, and what you should do for your child who is ill.