Pool Safety

  • Posted on Jul 5, 2017

We all know the “typical” pool rules: no swimming without a grown-up, no running around the pool, and no diving in the shallow end. But here are some more pool rules to keep in mind

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Conger’s Corner: Screen Time

  • Posted on Jun 22, 2017

Not talking yet?  What?  Your adorable bundle of smartness who is excelling in all areas is not using language yet?  Interestingly, handheld screen time is linked to expressive speech delays according to new research from

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How to Treat a Sunburn

  • Posted on Jun 21, 2017

Now that it’s getting hotter – don’t fall for the, “Mom, I’m good,” trick and let your kids go without sunscreen. But in case your kids do get a sunburn, here’s what to do. Remember,

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Prevent heat related stroke

  • Posted on Jun 16, 2017

It’s finally starting to feel like summer and these warmer days call for a reminder about the danger of vehicle-related heatstroke. The most recent data lists heatstroke as the leading cause of non-crash, vehicle-related deaths

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What Danger lurks in your Medicine Cabinet?

  • Posted on Jun 6, 2017

It might not be what you think. We all know that we have to protect our children against taking medicines… but have you thought about what else is in the bathroom that may cause harm?

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Conger’s Corner: Infant Sleep Routine

  • Posted on May 25, 2017

When can your baby sleep all thru the night?  It varies from infant to infant, of course.  However, babies can start skipping feeds in the middle of the night around the second month and give

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  • Posted on May 24, 2017

  With finals this next week, I thought we’d talk about test anxiety. Test anxiety is a common source of stress for both students and parents. Despite your best efforts to help your child study

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