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Health & Safety
Apr15
When “Sick” Isn’t Straightforward

When “Sick” Isn’t Straightforward

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I’m busy teaching my special-needs teens the things they’ll need to know when they’re off at college, but how do I teach them to recognize when they’re sick?

Apr10
Are Your Kids Being Treated Like an Invisible Patient?

Are Your Kids Being Treated Like an Invisible Patient?

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Sometimes you need to be your child’s advocate when you’re dealing with a doctor or dentist that is not giving them the respect and kindness children deserve when receiving medical care.

Mar31
Dieting In The Wake Of Anorexia

Dieting In The Wake Of Anorexia

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Years of trying to send the “food is awesome!” message while my child struggled with anorexia left me unhealthy; now I have to figure out healthy dieting.

Mar16
Can This Pediatrician Relationship Be Saved?

Can This Pediatrician Relationship Be Saved?

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A first-time mom has lots of anxiety about her relationship with her child’s pediatrician and needs help deciding whether she should find a new one.

Mar10
To Sleep, Perchance To Teen

To Sleep, Perchance To Teen

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Most teens don’t get enough sleep, but it’s not as though we can force them into REM. How do we keep them healthy and keep out of bedtime battles?

Feb25
10 Ways to Stop Eczema Cold This Winter

10 Ways to Stop Eczema Cold This Winter

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Oh, HELLO winter. And winter weather. You sure are on a roll this year. And like every year, you bring all kinds of skin annoyances to me and my family. Particularly: seasonal eczema. Thankfully, we’ve figured a few things out to keep comfortable and splotch-free.

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