Results for "Parenting"
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How to Talk to Your Child About Safe Hygiene Practices
Wash your hands. Cover your sneeze and cough. Don’t pick your nose. Keep your hands to yourself. These are all typical things we’ve told our children to...
Aug 10
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C-Sections: How to Support Your Wife and Partner
When you sat down with your pregnant wife to discuss the birth plan, did it include a discussion about cesarean birth, also known as a C-section? Today,...
Aug 10
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Why Do Some People Bruise More Than Others?
When you’re playing a game of basketball, elbows get thrown, people get boxed out and the charges are taken. You go home a little worse for wear but smiling...
Jul 30
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Preparing Your Child for a COVID-19 Test
By now, your child is probably quite familiar with the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, and the importance of social distancing, hand washing and wearing a...
Jul 28
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What is Kawasaki Disease and What is My Child’s Risk?
Until recently, you may have never heard of this disease but it’s one of the leading causes of acquired heart disease in the U.S. According to the Centers...
Jul 26
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Why Does My Child Get Nosebleeds?
One moment, your child is calmly playing with his toys. The next, he’s walking over to you looking like something out of a horror movie—holding his nose...
Jul 24
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COVID-19: How to Help Your Child Navigate This New Normal
Frozen 2 came out in 2019, and with any great Disney movie—especially the princess ones—it included Elsa’s epic ballad, “Into the Unknown.” While at the...
Jul 22
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Recurrent UTIs in Kids: What Every Parent Should Know
Another trip to the pediatrician? Another diagnosis of a urinary tract infection (UTI)? It seems like every time you turn around, your child has a UTI....
Jul 13
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Treating Your Baby’s Cradle Cap
Babies are known for their soft, smooth skin. But is your newborn’s normally baby smooth skin looking a little, well, flaky and scaly? Has your baby’s...
Jul 12
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NICU Follow-Up Care: What You Need to Know
While the birth of a child is always cause for celebration, when a baby graduates from the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)—this is especially true....
Jul 11