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Winter is coming whether we like it or not. Even though COVID-19 may be reducing our travel, it’s still important to know how to safely dress your child when they are riding in the car.
For teenagers, gaining independence is a big step. But one step that is rarely talked about is the transition from pediatric to adult care. Let’s talk about how you can support your child so they can support their health
When your child is a medically complex patient, it’s important that their transition from pediatric specialty care to adult care goes smoothly. Here’s the steps you can take with your care team to support your child.
Need to see a doctor but feeling too old to ask your parents to make an appointment? You’re not alone. Taking on responsibility for your own health care can seem like a huge task. But by taking a few simple steps, you can ensure that you are able to take care of yourself, become more independent and remain healthy as you grow older.
COVID-19 may be changing commutes and limiting travel, but it’s still important for your child to be riding in a vehicle safely. To keep your child protected in the event of a crash, here are some child passenger safety tips and reminders.
We’ve all heard the phrase “it takes a village.” Seeking out the support of friends and family during your postpartum period is so important. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has created additional challenges for families with new babies. Let’s talk about the resources that are available to you at this time.
Parents have been asking what it takes to ensure they do a good job parenting their children – especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
There are plenty of challenges facing parents and families during the pandemic – from concerns about how to keep children healthy, to helping them stay active and get the social interactions that are part of a healthy and fulfilling life as they grow and develop.
As we approach Labor Day weekend, many events are cancelled and indoor venues closed due to COVID-19, so recreating outdoors is especially inviting.
They are miracle micro-preemies triplets Cian, Declan and Rowan DeShane, survivors of extremely premature deliveries whose birthdays span not just different days and months, but two different years and decades.