Overcoming childhood obesity

DeDe Molter’s oldest son was considered skinny until he hit second grade.

Unhealthy body image, unhealthy mind

Amanda Elliott told her mom she’d "rather die than be fat."

Goodbye, dear friend

It’s a conversation no parent wants to have with their child. We know at some point, our children will learn about dying

HIV-testing eyed for all Illinois students

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There to help when needed

Julia Covarrubias never thought of herself as a bad parent. But she wondered how a good parent

Not just fun and games

Ashley Rapaport was in sixth grade when she started running track. But a year later, she got hurt.

Cochlear implants 101

Last year was particularly eventful for the Haas family of Chicago.

Wanting to be heard

When Linda Streck gave birth to her third child, a girl named Katie, all she saw was a healthy, happy baby.

Children, not disabilities

For families with children who have special needs, there's so much more to their lives than what appears on the surface.

Managing an emergency

Dec. 6, 2006, proved to be an important day for children in the greater Chicago area.
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