Blogs

Flu Vaccination Myths
Jan
10

Debunking Flu and Vaccination Myths

When it comes to the flu and vaccination, everyone has an opinion. To help you stay healthy, we debunk the most common flu and vaccination myths.

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Toy Choking Hazards
Jan
10

Protect Your Child from Toy Hazards

Toys are an important and fun part of a child’s life. They can, however, come with risks. As a result, it’s essential for parents to keep an eye on their children while they play and inspect their toys.

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how to prevent type 1 diabetes in babies
Nov
24

My Child Has Diabetes: What You Should Know About Type 1 Diabetes

If your child becomes sleepier or thirstier than usual, it could be a sign of type 1 diabetes. Everything you need to know about type 1 diabetes is right here.

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How to Care for My Premature Baby
Nov
24

How to Care for My Premature Baby

The birth of a child is usually a happy moment. If your kid was born prematurely, you may be concerned about bringing him or her home. Here are some tips for caring for your premature newborn at home.

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Symptoms of Depression
Oct
28

A Parent’s Guide to Depression in Children

It could be depression if a child’s sad or unpleasant mood lasts for weeks or longer, and there are other changes in their behavior. Learn how to spot the signs of depression in children and what parents can do to assist.

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Separation Anxiety in Children
Oct
28

Back-To-School Blues: How to Deal with Child’s Anxiety and Homesickness

Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, children have been remaining at home for some time. Parents may be concerned about their child’s ability to cope with back-to-school anxiety and homesickness now that schools have reopened.

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Aces and Toxic Stress
Sep
29

ACES & Toxic Stress: What Are They and How They Are Related

For more information about ACEs and toxic stress, including what they are and how they appear in the body, please continue to read.

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Childhood Developmental
Sep
29

The Importance of Early Childhood Developmental Monitoring and Screening

Developmental screening is important because it might identify children who require additional resources or supports. Continue reading to find out more.

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Flu
Sep
8

Winter is Coming: How to Protect Your Child from the Flu

The cold and flu season starts in the fall and lasts until the spring. Learn how to keep your child safe during these potentially contagious times.

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Back To School
Aug
24

Back-to-School Essentials: Preparing Your Child for School

This year’s back-to-school shopping will be a little different. From fashionable school supplies to fundamental basics, face masks, and other essentials—ideal for in-person or virtual learning.

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