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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Enterovirus D68

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You’ve probably heard on the news about the virus that is causing some children to have to be hospitalized for breathing problems and even sending some to intensive care. The culprit has …Read More

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Successful Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Education is so important to your child’s future that you don’t want to miss any opportunity to increase his chances for success. The parent-teacher conference is one of those opportunities. The parent-teacher …Read More

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Who Should Order Gluten-Free?

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“Gluten-free.” You see it on menus and in grocery stores. Magazines promote gluten-free recipes, and entire cookbooks are dedicated to gluten-free cooking. With all the gluten-free hype, you may wonder if you, …Read More

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Mama Sood’s Top Tips for School Year Success

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Getting your child off to a good start in the school year is so important! For that reason I am reblogging my Top Tips for School Year Success, plus I’ve added a …Read More

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Helmet or No Helmet? Newest Treatment Recommendations for Torticollis and Plagiocephaly

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By now everyone has received the message that infants need to sleep on their backs to prevent SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome). The statistics are clear: back sleeping significantly decreases infants’ chances …Read More

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Swimmer’s Ear Prevention Tips

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By Guest Blogger: Lisa Rector, A.P.R.N., C.N.P., Pediatric Nurse Practitioner at Birth and Beyond Pediatrics Nothing can throw cold water on summer fun like swimmer’s ear. Swimmer’s ear is a bacterial infection …Read More

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