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Avoiding obesity: Raising kids with healthy eating habits starts earlier than you think

When is the right time to start thinking about creating healthy eating habits for our kids to prevent obesity? The answer? As early as before their birth.  Read...

 

Flu season: Protecting and treating your child against Influenza

It's flu season, and while viruses such as enterovirus D68 and Ebola have made headlines recently, Influenza presents an even greater, imminent danger.  Read...

 

Vitamins for kids: Do they need them and which ones are best?

Do kids really need vitamins? There are a couple of key of factors to take into consideration when deciding whether you want to use vitamins for your child and, if you do, which ones are best. Read...

 

6 ways to get the most out of parent- teacher conferences

While kids have likely overcome their jitters associated with starting a new school year, a nerve-racking back-to-school component for parents is around the corner – the first parent/teacher conference. Read...

 

5 important questions to ask about Enterovirus D-68

News about Enterovirus D-68 is sweeping the nation. Here's what you need to know and how you can protect your family.  Read...

 

Common schooltime illnesses: Seeing your way through pink eye

Pink eye is so contagious. Knowing when to take action when your child presents with reddened eyes and what to do to keep everyone else healthy is key. Read...

 

Reduce the common in “Common Cold”

Three things you can do to help your child avoid the all-too-common common cold. Read...

 

Common back-to-school illnesses: Strep throat

Adding to the stress of back to school time, parents frequently report more trips to the doctor for the treatment of three common illnesses: strep throat, pink eye and the common cold. Read...

 

Traveling abroad: How to keep your child healthy

If your children will be traveling overseas in the near future, it’s important to educate yourself, consult with their pediatrician and take action against the illnesses they could encounter.  Read...

 
 







 
 
 
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