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DiGeorge syndrome (22q11.2 deletion syndrome)

DiGeorge syndrome (22q11.2 deletion syndrome) is a disorder caused by a defect in chromosome 22, resulting in poor development of several body systems.


Shaken baby syndrome

Shaken baby syndrome is a severe brain injury caused by violently shaking a child. Know the symptoms and treatment.


Tongue-tie (ankyloglossia)

With tongue-tie (ankyloglossia), a band of tissue (frenulum) tethers the tongue, restricting the range of motion. Learn about symptoms and treatment.


Alpha-gal syndrome

An allergic reaction to meat-based meals had researchers stumped — until they connected the condition to bites from certain ticks.


Sulfa allergy: Which medications should I avoid?

Sulfa allergy: A Mayo Clinic expert discusses which medications are likely to cause problems.


Baby sunscreen: What's recommended?

Understand when it's safe for a baby to wear sunscreen.


Baby walkers: Are they safe?

Baby walkers — A Mayo Clinic specialist explains the dangers of using a baby walker.


Induced lactation: Can I breast-feed my adopted baby?

With time and dedication, breast-feeding without pregnancy (induced lactation) might be possible.


Food allergy: Can it develop later in life?

Feeling itchy after that shrimp scampi? Food allergies usually occur during childhood — but they can appear at any age.


Infant constipation: How is it treated?

Worried about infant constipation? A Mayo Clinic specialist explains how to treat it.


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