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  • 1.Fact Sheet: Health Disparities
    Health disparities definitions vary but they all address differences in health status between one population group in comparison to a more advantaged group and most address issues of social justice and equity.
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  • 2.Answers to Your Questions About Individuals With Intersex Conditions
    A variety of conditions that lead to atypical development of physical sex characteristics are collectively referred to as intersex conditions. These conditions can involve abnormalities of the external genitals, internal reproductive organs, sex chromosomes, or sex-related hormones.
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  • 3.Answers to your Questions About Transgender People, Gender Identity, and Gender Expression
    Transgender is an umbrella term used to describe people whose gender identity (sense of themselves as male or female) or gender expression differs from socially constructed norms associated with their birth sex. This includes androgynous, bigendered and gender queer people, who tend to see traditional concepts of gender as restrictive.
    Fact Sheet (January 2011)
  • 4.Complex Craniofacial Conditions
    Children with CFC experience problems related to vision, hearing, speech, increased cranial pressure/hydrocephalus and facial disfigurement.
    Fact Sheet
  • 5.Hemophilia in Children and Adolescents
    Hemophilia is a hereditary bleeding disorder caused by inadequate production of coagulation factors essential for effective blood clotting.
    Fact Sheet
  • 6.Cancer in Children and Adolescents
    Facts about pediatric cancer including health and psychosocial consequences, evidence-based assessment and psychological interventions.
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  • 7.Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease
    Youth with IBD are at higher risk of depressive disorders and parent-reported internalizing symptoms (either depression or anxiety symptoms), compared to youth with other chronic conditions.
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  • 8.Epilepsy in Children and Adolescents
    About 6 out of 1000 children currently have epilepsy in the U.S. Risk of seizures increases with the presence of mental retardation and autism disorder.
    Fact Sheet
  • 9.Cleft Lip and/or Palate
    CLP occurs with a prevalence rate of 1 in 600 and is currently one of the most common congenital birth defects.
    Fact Sheet
  • 10.Encopresis in Children and Adolescents
    The prevalence of encopresis in the child population has been estimated to range from approximately 4 percent of 4-year-olds and 1.6 percent of 10-year-old children, affecting boys three to six times more often than girls.
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