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As part of normal physical development, your child may be able to get into a sitting position and sit without support.
Watch for times baby is awake and alert to smile at baby and sing, read, and talk to your baby.
Watch for times when your baby is awake and alert, and play as much as he can handle.
As part of normal learning development, your child may be able to watch the path of something as it falls.
Mouth and throat sores are a common side effect of cancer treatment in children. The clinical name for this condition is oral mucositis.
In some cases, cancer and its treatment may delay when children will reach certain development milestones. Learn how treatment may affect early childhood development and interventions that can help.
When a child is diagnosed with cancer, the whole family faces challenges. Find resources to support physical, emotional, social, and spiritual well-being during childhood cancer.