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We all know the devastating consequences of smoking and the significant concerns of secondhand smoke exposure. A study to be published in next month’s journal Pediatrics highlights yet ... Read More »
This is the time of the year when many parents are preparing a child to fly from the nest. Hordes of young adults are going to enter universities and really leave home for the very first time in ... Read More »
I remember my first migraine; I had no idea what I was experiencing. I was about 12 years of age and had just started soccer practice. First, my vision was affected…I could make out objects but not ... Read More »
Prescription drug abuse is epidemic in the female population. Although much of this abuse is focused on tranquilizing agents such as pain killers and sleep aids, many women gravitate toward drugs ... Read More »
Here in this 2nd part of my two part series, preparing for college, I now address the other party involved…the ones being left behind. So along with some of my own thoughts, and also a ... Read More »
A discovery was recently made that could give the medical community a new weapon in fighting MRSA and Anthrax. The reason I am posting about this is that my son had MRSA when he was a little boy, and ... Read More »
As I continue to see many of the older teenagers I care for getting ready to head off to college, I find myself repeating a few key suggestions or reminders as they prepare to get things in order for ... Read More »
So many kids seem to be plagued with food allergies. At the start of each school year I need to become accustomed to what I can’t pack in my younger child’s lunch because one or another classmate ... Read More »
Way back in 1992, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) made formal recommendations to have infants sleep on their backs to reduce the infant mortality related to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome ... Read More »
Siblings argue, that is a simple fact of family life. In truth, when I hear of siblings who never argue or disagree I typically find either a lack of a bond or one that has been reinforced to shield ... Read More »

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