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Social Distancing Tips

On Sunday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended against any gatherings of 50 people or more over the next eight weeks, in an effort to contain the coronavirus pandemic.
For more information, please visit www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/index.html
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How To Prevent Summer Learning Loss

Even in a “normal” year, kids can get behind in academics if they don’t continually improve certain skills. Summertime usually has all the normal distractions like vacations, swimming, too much TV, and so on. This particular year kids have had an extended summer, … Continue reading

How To Talk To Your Children About Mental Health

The first time a parent hears their young child say an unpleasant word, their reaction is usually: “Where did you learn that?” The truth is, many times the child will point at the dad or mom. Oops!
Yes, our little ones are sponges that mimic what we say and do. … Continue reading

What To Do When Your Baby Won’t Stop Crying

Our infants convey lots of messages to us even though they can’t speak. They smile and giggle when happy, they can be fidgety when uncomfortable and hungry, and yes, they cry, and cry. Some babies cry a lot! You are not the first mom to ask what to do when your baby won’t stop crying, … Continue reading

Fun Activities To Do During Quarantine

Kids are stuck inside, can’t be with their friends, play sports, or do normal “kid things.” The quarantine is tough for everyone in the family including the adults and the kids. If you are running out of ideas to keep them occupied, … Continue reading

How to Choose Your Pediatrician

Selecting a pediatrician is a very important step in every parent’s life as well as the life of their child. There can be many different factors to consider when making this decision, but there are a few in particular that should carry the most weight for you and your family. … Continue reading

Important Reminders About the Flu and RSV

Children pick up every bug out there from time spent at school, daycare, and just hanging out with their friends. Parents need to be extra diligent during the winter when all manner of colds and the flu are running rampant. This season in particular has already noted a high volume of flu and RSV cases. … Continue reading

Scoliosis Facts for All Parents to Know

Three million adolescents are diagnosed with scoliosis each year. Although this condition can affect a person at any age, young adults are among the most frequently diagnosed. If you have a child approaching adolescence, note these important scoliosis facts so that you can recognize the signs as quickly as possible.  … Continue reading

Warnings and Risks Associated with Teen Vaping

If you somehow didn’t know that vaping is dangerous for young kids, teens, and young adults, let’s set the record straight. Yes, vaping is very dangerous. If you’re still not convinced, or your teen isn’t, here are factual warnings and risks associated with vaping.  … Continue reading

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