Clotting disorders can mean that your blood doesn't clot enough, or it may clot too much. Both can cause medical emergencies, but are usually treatable.
Urinary tract infections are very common in children. Kids can get them at any age as they grow. The most common UTI in girls is a bladder infection.
Sudden cardiac arrest is a condition in which the heart suddenly stops beating. If it's not treated in minutes, it leads to death.
Breast milk is the ideal food for babies. It has the vitamins, protein and fat needed to grow. Breastfeeding can also mean less ear infections and diarrhea.
Obesity can be hard for parents to see in their kids. Ask your doctor about your child's weight. They use specific body-mass index charts to measure growth.