Early Disease Detection - Screening, 6 to 10 Years
It's important for your child to continue to have regularly scheduled checkups (usually once a year). At each
well-child visit, your child's doctor will check to
see whether your child is growing and developing as expected. The goal is to
find out early if your child has any problems that could affect his or her
health and well-being.
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