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  • Bacterial Meningitis

    This is a list of symptoms parents should be aware of regarding meningitis. Symptoms can progress rapidly. Contact your physician's office immediately if your child has been exposed and has any of these symptoms.


    (posted: 03/10/2010)
  • Car Seat Safety 2011

    Here is the latest guidelines from the AAP regarding car seats.

     


    (posted: 06/22/2011)
  • Deadly Choking Game

    The choking game is a dangerous activity that older children and early adolescents sometimes play to get a brief high. They either choke each other or use a noose to choke themselves. After just a short time, children can pass out, which may lead to serious injury or even death from hanging or strangulation.

     


    (posted: 12/18/2009)
  • Newborn Care: Is that normal?

    Some physical conditions are especially common during the first couple of weeks after birth. If you notice any of the following in your baby, contact your pediatrician.

     


    (posted: 12/18/2009)
  • Talking with Teens about Social Media and Sexting

    Timely advice regarding the concerns of unmonitored communications and how to help your teen navigate these issues.

     


    (posted: 12/18/2009)
  • Teens: A Guide to Eating For Sports Teen athletes have unique nutrition needs. Because athletes work out more than their less-active peers, they generally need extra calories to fuel both their sports performance and their growth.
    (posted: 12/28/2009)
 



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