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March is Talk With Your Teen About Sex Month and your hormones happen to be raging - sounds like it's the perfect time for you to get the facts on sexual health.
If you have a runny nose and keep on sneezing, chances are they could be symptoms of allergies rather than a cold. Read on to find out everything you need to know about allergies.
Healthy eating is important, but it's not always easy to know which foods to eat and which foods to stay away from!
Why do we hiccup? There are a ton of things that seem to cause hiccups, but there's no actual purpose for them. It's just one of those things...
In honor of Deaf History Month in March, Kidzworld takes a look at the causes and types of hearing loss. Get the info on deafness right here.
Don't neglect your feet just cuz they're covered up by socks and shoes! In honor of Foot Health Month, learn about diseases that affect your feet and find out how to prevent them.
Think you'll break out or lose all your teeth if you eat too much chocolate? Kidzworld is here to bust these not-so-sweet myths.
CPR is a life-saving technique that's performed on people whose heartbeat or breathing has stopped. Learn more about this important skill right here.
Did you know that heart disease is the number one cause of death in the US? Learn more about it here.
January is Feel Great Month, so Kidzworld has compiled a list to help you feel good and beat the winter blahs.
Next time the 'rents tell you to eat your carrots, do it! They're chock-full of vitamin A, which plays a huge role in eyesight and helps you see at night.
New Year's resolutions are easily broken, but they won't be so hard to keep if you make them fun. Check out these resolutions for a healthier and happier you!
Wanna stay away from all that sugar and fat over the holidays? Try these healthy holiday snacks.
It's the word that we all dread growing up... Braces. No one wants 'em, but a ton of us have to get them anyways. Get the real facts right here.
Get the scoop on some of the best moisturizers and lotions for your face, body, hands and feet so you won't be left dry and chapped during the winter.
As kids spend more time in front of the computer and TV, their levels of physical activity have decreased while their weights have increased.
Lymphoma causes swollen glands in your neck, armpit and groin. Learn more about this disease, which is the third most common cancer in kids.
Leukemia is one of the most common types of cancers in kids, affecting 2,300 young peeps in the US each year. Learn more about this disease here.
If you're so tired that you're missing school, sitting out from sports games and skipping parties, you could have mono. Get the 411 on this disease.
Next time you're playing Wii into the wee hours of the night and your mom tells you to hit the sack, just do it! Read on to find out why sleep is so important for your health.