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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.

Nov19
How To Help When Far-Away Family Is In Crisis

How To Help When Far-Away Family Is In Crisis

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Today’s query asks if being far away means a concerned aunt can’t help her nephew, and my answer is that she can help more than she thinks.

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.

Sep03
Teen Dating: It Doesn’t Have To Be Scary

Teen Dating: It Doesn’t Have To Be Scary

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If your kids are reaching dating age, don’t panic! With a little patience and a lot of communication, you’ll all get through it okay.

Aug14
The Satter Method & Sick Kids

The Satter Method & Sick Kids

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A mom needs advice with her young child’s mealtime after a recent medical diagnosis.

Jul08
The HPV Vaccine: Separating Myth From Fact

The HPV Vaccine: Separating Myth From Fact

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A mom is trying to understand the information out there about the HPV vaccine and whether she should vaccinate her tween son.

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