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Birth and Beyond Pediatrics Encourages Childhood Literacy Through Reach Out and Read

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I loved reading to my children before bed. Our bedtime ritual of reading will remain in my heart as some of my favorite times with my children. It was a great time …Read More

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Measles: What You Should Know

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As most of you have heard, there is a serious outbreak of measles in several states stemming from visitors to Disneyland in December. The majority of those infected were unvaccinated, either because …Read More

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The Deadly Risk of E-Cigarettes

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I was surprised the first time I saw a woman watching her children at a playground while inhaling from an unusual looking tube she had hanging from a chain around her neck. …Read More

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12 Parenting Resolutions for 2015

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The New Year has arrived and with it our New Year’s resolutions. If you are like most Americans, your list includes such things as losing weight, getting more exercise and sticking to …Read More

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Toy Safety at Christmas and Beyond

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Nothing is more exciting to a child than finding toys under the Christmas tree. But not all toys are created equal. I just read an article in Medical News Today that indicated …Read More

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Holiday Safety Tips

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With Thanksgiving behind us, it’s time to get the Christmas tree out of the attic or make that family excursion to the Christmas tree farm. It’s also time for my annual reminders …Read More

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That Very Important Supplement: Vitamin D

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Vitamin D has been in the news quite a bit lately, and for good reason. Significant vitamin D deficiencies are now common in both adults and children. Darker-skinned people and people who …Read More

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Caring For Your Child’s Sore Throat

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It’s hard to see our children suffer with painful sore throats. We want them to feel well, keep up in school, and be able to attend their soccer game, play practice or …Read More

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Halloween Safety

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The scariest part of Halloween for children involves witches, ghosts and goblins (BOO!). But the scariest part for parents comes if a child must visit an emergency room on Halloween night. To …Read More

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Concussions and Dietary Supplements: Don’t Be Fooled

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With football season upon us, many parents are rightly concerned about their young football players and concussions. However, as I stated in my blog a year ago on concussions (Concussions Aren’t Childs …Read More

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