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As part of normal physical development, your child may be able to hold her head up and begin to push up when lying on her tummy.
As part of normal communication development, your child may express her emotions and needs through crying.
Pediatric cancer patients may experience pain as a symptom of the disease or as a side effect of treatment. Learn how pain can be diagnosed in patients of different ages.
Learn how pain is assessed
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.
Diaper rash (diaper dermatitis or incontinence associated dermatitis) is a skin irritation caused by exposure to urine or feces.