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One of the most reassuring things I can share with parents of newborns/young infants is their child is gaining beautiful weight...something often referred to as thriving.  And along ... Read More »

While some of you already paraded your children back to school last week, many others will follow suit these next few days.  Now for most, this is nothing new.  But nevertheless, I think ... Read More »

I admit it.  I was as captivated as the other 70 million Americans who witnessed Michael Phelps swimming for his 8th and final Gold Medal just a few days ago.  In fact, I ... Read More »

I'm sure some of you reading this think it must be great that my children have a pediatrician as a father (and please acknowledge I said some, not all of you).  Concerned about the ... Read More »

Posted in Adoption by Dr. Jeremy F. Shapiro on Jul 28, 2008

Summertime certainly brings your share of rashes...some evolving from the many exposures of being outside in the summer sun.  Others may be related to a summertime virus (e.g. Hand-Foot-Mouth ... Read More »

What began as a beautiful and relatively cool weekend where I live turned into the nightmare all parents pray and hope to avoid.  A near drowning occurred just the other day and from what I ... Read More »

Undoubtedly, some of the most heart-breaking messages I receive here on Daily Strength are from parents and caregivers who have lost a child from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).  While ... Read More »

As I cringed hearing the thermostat would be reaching 100° F this upcoming week, I thought of all the children who will be outside, whether it be at summer camps, the local parks, or ... Read More »

Perhaps you have a medical condition that will not allow you to carry your own baby. Perhaps you have been trying for years, and the stress, cost and emotional toll has led you to think about ... Read More »

Most people would agree that empathy is an important trait for an individual to posses. The Random House dictionary defines empathy as the "identification with or vicarious experiencing of the ... Read More »

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