How to Help Soothe a Teething Baby

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Most babies begin to teethe between 4 and 7 months old (some can start much later) and parents start to notice because their baby is fussy, has a decreased appetite, and or has swollen gums.…

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How to Prevent the Flu in the Fall

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Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth According to the CDC, germs are spread when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs and then touches his or her eyes, nose, or mouth. If…

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Pediatric Health Care During COVID-19

Pediatric Health Care Matters Now More Than Ever As we negotiate our new normal in the age of Coronavirus we are all hopeful for a vaccine or effective treatment.  But realistically, we know this will…

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Follow Your Baby’s Hunger Cues

Three square meals a day (and a snack here and there) has probably been your feeding routine since you were a toddler. While most new parents understand their infant isn’t going to feed on an…

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Can I Breastfeed My Baby If I Am Sick?

It’s four in the afternoon and it hits you…the dreaded sore throat and headache that has been graciously gifted around family and friends, and finally given to you. You look down at that sweet baby…

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