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Sport Injuries

  • Posted on Oct 11, 2017

We’ve noticed many more over-use injuries from kids who play the same sport year round. We were reminded that most professional athletes played multiple sports in high school and some even up through college. Specialization

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Do all babies have separation anxiety?

  • Posted on Oct 4, 2017

  Yes, to a degree. Separation anxiety is a normal stage of emotional development that starts when babies begin to understand that things and people exist even when they’re not present – a concept called

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The Day Tarzan went missing

  • Posted on Oct 3, 2017

When I was little, my mom bought a small plastic tray with a tiny palm tree in the center. Our turtles, Tarzan and Jane, lived in this portable home. We watched the turtles slowly navigate

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Resources for your little ones

  • Posted on Sep 27, 2017

As a new mom myself, it is easy to get overwhelmed with information on your new little one. Here are some resources I have used over the past few months to help me learn the

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The flu vaccine saves lives

  • Posted on Sep 26, 2017

  We always knew it, but now a study done by the CDC in the journal Pediatrics, proves it.  US children who died of influenza were less likely to have received the vaccination. They looked

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Surgeons

  • Posted on Sep 26, 2017

Did you know? Over 90% of surgeons listen to music while they are operating. While a few docs prefer silence, most of them use the noise to cover up other distracting noises in the operating

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Sleep

  • Posted on Sep 22, 2017

  Melatonin can be helpful for people who have a circadian rhythm issue for their sleep problem. You can use melatonin 1-5 mg for kids to help reestablish a good sleep pattern. We also want

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