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John Down- Down Syndrome

  • Posted on Oct 17, 2016

John Langdon Down was a British physician in the early 1800’s whose family was descended from Irish roots. He apprenticed with his father, an apothecary (pharmacist) when he was 14. By the time he was

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Stress and Kids

  • Posted on Oct 11, 2016

  If you’re human, you’ve experienced stress. You may read countless articles on how to reduce your stress…simplify your wardrobe, declutter your pantry, enroll in autopay for your bills. But the simple fact is that

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Cold or Sinus Infection?

  • Posted on Oct 6, 2016

Cold or Sinus Infection? Studies show that acute bacterial sinus infections occur in only 6-7% of children with acute upper respiratory symptoms. Upper respiratory infections (i.e. colds) manifest in a predictable pattern. Children may experience

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Lower Flu Vaccination Rates?

  • Posted on Oct 4, 2016

Health leaders are worried about the flu this year. We keep up with our journal reading and they worry every year, so what’s different this year? They have a concern that the lack of the

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You PEED in the POTTY! Yea!!!

  • Posted on Sep 29, 2016

You PEED in the POTTY! Yea!!! That is THE ultimate moment of parenthood. Yes, you love when your infant says ‘mommy’ or ‘daddy’ or when they take their first step. But peeing in the toilet…goodness,

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  • Posted on Sep 14, 2016

What’s up with the tummy? Heartburn and reflux are common ailments in all age groups. Generally, symptoms range from an awful tasting burp to an intense burning pain. Pregnant moms can attest that this is

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Social Media

  • Posted on Sep 14, 2016

Parents are becoming savvier regarding Facebook and Internet and all of the other social media. So just to keep us up to date and like I always say…monitor your kid’s social media. Learn about the

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