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How to Discuss Behavioral Issues with Your Child’s Pediatrician

How to Discuss Behavioral Issues with Your Child’s Pediatrician

Discussing behavioral issues with your child’s pediatrician can be daunting, yet it's a critical step in ensuring your child receives the appropriate care and support. Addressing these concerns early and effectively can greatly influence your child’s development and well-being; this article explores how parents can engage in productive...

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The Hidden Signs of Developmental Delays

The Hidden Signs of Developmental Delays

Developmental delays in children can be subtle, often overlooked until obvious symptoms manifest, but early detection is crucial for effective intervention. This article dives into the often-missed signs that may indicate a child is experiencing developmental delays, providing parents and caregivers with actionable insights to support early...

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Why 90% of Parents Get This Child Allergy Fact Wrong

Why 90% of Parents Get This Child Allergy Fact Wrong

We've all been there – those sneaky misconceptions that slip through the cracks, making us believe we've got it all figured out. Especially when it comes to our kids, right? Well, today, we're breaking down one of the BIGGEST myths about child allergies. And trust us, you'll want to stick around for this revelation. The Rising Concern of...

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Fun in the Sun: Protecting Your Children’s Skin and Health

Fun in the Sun: Protecting Your Children’s Skin and Health

Playing outside is a great way for children to get physical activity. Remember, not only can too much sun cause unpleasant burns, but it also increases the risk of development of skin cancer. Whenever your child is outside, use a sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 15 (SPF of 15-30 should be fine for most people). It is...

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Common Concerns Parents Should Discuss with their Pediatrician

Common Concerns Parents Should Discuss with their Pediatrician

Parenthood is a journey filled with joy, love, and numerous responsibilities. As parents, it is natural to have concerns about our children's health and well-being. While some concerns can be resolved with a little research or advice from friends and family, there are certain matters that require professional guidance. This is where pediatricians...

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8 Common Reasons to Visit a Pediatrician

8 Common Reasons to Visit a Pediatrician

Children have their own special and unique needs and pediatricians are specifically trained in understanding these needs, so it's important to find a pediatrician who is comfortable with the unique health issues of kids. While it is true that the majority of adults visit a physician when they are sick, the majority of children’s visits are for...

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Benefits of Using a Pediatrician for Your Child

Benefits of Using a Pediatrician for Your Child

It is important to know that a child’s health is very much dependent upon the health of their parents. A pediatrician is a doctor who specializes in the care of children and adolescents. He or she is trained to recognize and treat illnesses and injuries that may affect children and adolescents. A pediatrician is also trained to evaluate the...

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10 Tips for Kids to Get Better Sleep and Feel Rested

10 Tips for Kids to Get Better Sleep and Feel Rested

If your child is excessively sleepy or just doesn't feel well rested in the morning, what can you do about it? Fortunately, we have 10 helpful tips to improve your child's sleep hygiene!   1. Create a set bedtime routine for your child. A predictable series of quiet, calm and relaxing activities should lead up to bedtime.   2. Bedtime and wake-up...

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50 Ways to Make Your Baby Smarter and Happier

50 Ways to Make Your Baby Smarter and Happier

Infant-development specialists believe that the first few years of a child's life are a prime time for learning, but at times it may be hard to think of new ways to stimulate your baby. Let these fun and scientifically supported activities inspire you.Stimulate Baby's Vision Make eye contact. Take advantage of those brief moments when your...

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