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you only stories that are fun
and full of health tips.

Any disease can be a difficult thing to cope, even as an adult. Children might find it harder because—sometimes—they don’t fully understand what’s going on inside them.

That’s why HSFK is here, providing easy to understand and fun to read content to explain the not so simple health stuff to the children who want to know and the adults who need to teach.

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About HSFK

Health Stories for Kids was founded in 2014 by Brian Wu, Ph.D. Brian and his team are committed to present you only the best stories—ones that are not only fun but also full of health tips and great pieces of advice.

In order to be helpful and remain fun, each one of the Health Stories for Kids details a particular disease in the context of a children’s story.

Latest Posts

Fantastic Breakfasts for Diabetic Kids

If you’re the parent of one of the 208,000 Americans under the age of 20 living with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, you know exactly what kind of impact it can have on the family, even with things that should be simple – like meal planning. Breakfast can be a particularly...
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Great Living with a Gluten Free Diet

If your child has been diagnosed with a gluten allergy or a chronic condition like Celiac disease and you want to avoid another allergic reaction or celiac flare-up, consider recipes like the ones below which are entirely free of gluten and yet mimic some family...
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Best Dairy-Free Shakes and Smoothies

If your child has lactose intolerance, is on a casein-free diet or if he or she has an allergy to dairy and you are trying to avoid an allergic reaction, it can be difficult to find dairy-free foods that fit your child’s dietary restrictions while still being...
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Best Meals for Kids

If you’re like most parents, you probably have a real balancing act to perform between your jobs, child-raising and the general duties of adult life. At the same time, you are probably also concerned about your child’s nutrition in this age of fast-food, prepackaged...
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How to Fight Antibacterial Resistance on Your Own Time

Though antibacterial resistance sounds like something that requires fancy science machines and scary chemicals to combat, there are ways that you can prevent antibacterial resistance for yourself and your children at home—no science required. What is antibacterial...
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Kids and Ear Infections

Ear infections are a common childhood woe and are equally tough on the kids who suffer from them and the adults who must nurse them through the infection! Ear infections are the leading reason why parents bring their children to the doctor and it is estimated that 5...
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