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Dec03
Teenagers and Bad News Parties: What Do We Tell Them?

Teenagers and Bad News Parties: What Do We Tell Them?

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A reader asks how we deal with teens and the specter of poor teen decisions about drugs and alcohol and parties.

Nov23
A Realistic Checklist to Picking a Pediatrician

A Realistic Checklist to Picking a Pediatrician

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I still distinctly remember the rising anxiety I experienced throughout my first pregnancy as the deadline for choosing a pediatrician approached. It felt, at the time, like choosing a pediatrician was my very first major decision as a parent and thus my first opportunity to get it completely wrong. I didn’t though, and neither will you.

Sep22
Your Teen Should Be Sleeping More

Your Teen Should Be Sleeping More

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Is your teenager getting enough sleep? Probably not, but you can encourage good sleep habits and they’ll be healthier and happier for it.

Sep19
Why Are Girls With Autism Different?

Why Are Girls With Autism Different?

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It’s often said that girls on the autism spectrum “present differently,” but what exactly does that mean? Today we’re looking at both generalities and a few hallmark specifics of how autistic girls are unlike their male counterparts.

Sep18
Potty All the Time: Overactive Bladder in Preschoolers

Potty All the Time: Overactive Bladder in Preschoolers

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A well potty-trained young child has an overactive bladder during the day which the doctor says is anxiety related. However, the problem is getting worse and the parents more concerned.

Sep17
Babyproofing Your Home

Babyproofing Your Home

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Our new-to-us house is one big adventure zone for this little 2-year-old of mine and as I mentioned earlier, babyproofing is at the top of my current to-do list. Here are my five top tips.

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