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Stalking and Harassment: What to Do If Your Child Is Being Threatened

Posted by: Tamara Mapp on Aug 16, 2018

Stalking is a repeated pattern of behavior that includes following, watching or harassing a specific person. It occurs over a period of time and could be defined as threatening behavior. Most importantly, stalking is a crime.

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700 Children’s features the most current pediatric health care information and research from our pediatric experts – physicians and specialists who have seen it all. Many of them are parents and bring a special understanding to what our patients and families experience. If you have a child – or care for a child – 700 Children’s was created especially for you.

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Broken Fingers: Why They Need Special Treatment and Care

Jul 31, 2018

Find out why a finger fracture is unique, tips for adjusting and why your child always needs care for a swollen, injured finger. Read More

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Bone Fractures in Children: When Should Parents Be Concerned?

Apr 04, 2018

Most childhood fractures are not cause for concern, but some may need to be fixed by an orthopedic specialist to improve bone alignment. Read More

Hip Dysplasia in Children: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Aug 10, 2017

For parents, a diagnosis of Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH) brings a wide range of emotions and responses. Parents want to understand not only the condition, but what the future holds for their child after diagnosis. Read More

Limb Lengthening and Reconstruction: Managing Leg Discrepancy

Jul 06, 2017

There are many different reasons for leg length discrepancy, but there are essentially two main causes: being born with a condition that causes one leg to grow slower than the other or an incident that affects the length of the bone (fracture) or affects the growth center of the bone (trauma, Read More

Physical Therapy for an ACL Injury

May 29, 2017

In the eyes of many young athletes, no situation can be more hopeless than a knee injury that requires surgical repair. It may feel career-ending to some athletes, even those who have multiple sports seasons left on the horizon. Luckily, in most cases, this does not have to be the case. Read More

Scoliosis: Is the Curve in Your Child's Spine Normal?

Oct 19, 2016

Scoliosis is defined as curvature in the spine greater than 10 degrees. Scoliosis is a relatively common condition that causes the spine to curve and rotate into a C or S shape instead of a straight line. Curves greater than 10 degrees are seen in approximately 3% of the population. Read More

Shoulder Injuries in Young Athletes

Aug 26, 2016

Shoulder injuries in young athletes are very common and can vary in cause and severity depending on each individual athlete’s training schedule and what sports they are playing. Read More

Should I Be Worried if My Child is In-Toeing?

Aug 19, 2016

In-toeing is a type of standing posture or gait pattern in which a child’s feet, and in some cases the entire leg, point in toward each other while the child is standing and/or walking. Read More