Exactly what is in that supplement you’re taking?

  • Posted on Feb 5, 2019

Edward Bell PharmD wrote an article in the January edition of Infectious Disease for Children discussing supplements. First, we should clarify what a supplement is and is not. A drug claims to help a medical

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Baby Monitor

  • Posted on Aug 23, 2018

Wondering whether to get a monitor for your babies’ vital signs? Maybe not. A recent article in Reuter’s Health says that compared to hospital monitors two popular commercially available monitors performed poorly. The Owlet and

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The Time Dilemma

  • Posted on May 23, 2018

All around the world, people are working longer hours and drowning in the quicksand of ever-expanding task lists. And somehow they still feel guilty when they take time for themselves. It’s madness — and it

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Growing your Child’s Attention

  • Posted on Feb 14, 2018

Exercise is more important for children with ADHD than it is for other kids, although I think it’s important for EVERYONE! Exercise and fitness have positive side-effects of protecting your child from serious health problems

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7 Tips to Eat More Veggies

  • Posted on Jan 10, 2018

It’s the new year! Is one of your resolutions to eat more veggies? If not, it should be! And here are some tips to help! 1. Eat vegetables with every meal. Yes, even breakfast. 2.

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Did you know?

  • Posted on Jan 9, 2018

In 2011 Dr Bob Mendonsa and his wife Julie started an orphanage in Kenya. Dr Mendonsa was one of the orthopedic specialists that we used to refer to…he worked at Orthopedic Associates. This couple, from

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Baby weight

  • Posted on Dec 8, 2017

  A Normal-term newborn typically loses 5 to 8% of their birth weight during the first few days of life.  They regain this weight by the end of the first 2 weeks.  After this period

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