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What Is Disordered Eating?

February 26, 2021

Eating Disorder Awareness and Screening Week is recognized at the end of February. It raises awareness about the dangers of eating disorders and disordered eating in both children and adults. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), eating disorders most commonly start in girls between ages 14 and 17 but can be seen in...

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6 Ear Nose and Throat Conditions Common in Kids

February 15, 2021

February is Kids ENT Health Month. Ear nose and throat conditions can affect people of all ages, including children. However, the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery reports that pediatric ear, nose, and throat disorders are one of the primary reasons for children to visit a physician. Ear Nose and Throat Conditions in Children...

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8 Winter Safety Tips for Kids

January 15, 2021

During the winter months, there are many things to consider to make sure your child is safe and healthy. Along with protecting them from illnesses like the cold and flu, you should take precautions to protect them against low temperatures. These winter safety tips for kids will help you make sure your family makes it...

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How to Keep Your Child Healthy This Flu Season

December 30, 2020

Flu season is here, and with the Covid-19 pandemic, preventing the spread of respiratory illnesses like the flu is even more important this year. Everyone is susceptible to influenza (flu) due to its highly contagious nature, but children are particularly susceptible to the spread of the illness. Children under the age of five are at...

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When Should You Have Your Child’s Hearing Checked?

December 16, 2020

Hearing loss can occur when any part of the ear hasn’t developed or is not functioning properly. For children experiencing hearing loss, it can affect the development of their speech, language, and social skills. The sooner you notice your child’s hearing issues and have them treated, the less impact it will have on their development....

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10 Holiday Activities The Whole Family Will Love

November 28, 2020

The holidays are just around the corner and with them come the joy and fun of the holiday season. While the holidays may look a bit different this year without neighborhood gatherings or holiday parades to attend, there is still plenty of seasonal cheer to be found both at home and around town.  Check out...

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6 Symptoms of Diabetes in Children

November 17, 2020

November marks American Diabetes Month, an annual event driving awareness for the diabetes epidemic, the millions living with the disease, and the millions at risk for it. Among those at risk for diabetes are children. Type 1 Diabetes, sometimes referred to as juvenile diabetes, especially impacts children, affecting about 200,000 under the age of 20. ...

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8 Common Childhood Skin Disorders

October 30, 2020

With World Psoriasis Day falling on October 29th, we want to take some time to raise awareness for those living with psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis. Psoriasis is one of many common skin disorders, affecting both adults and children. In addition to raising awareness about psoriasis, we also wanted to examine some of the other common...

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5 Face Mask Myths Debunked

October 19, 2020

Health care professionals and experts around the world agree that wearing a face mask is one of the best ways to protect against COVID-19. However many face mask myths now circulate, leading people to believe they are unnecessary or don’t work. To understand why face masks work, it’s important to understand how coronavirus spreads and...

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CryoNize for Wart and Skin Lesion Removal

September 29, 2020

What are Warts? Warts are skin infections caused by a virus and more common in children than adults. There are several types of warts. The most common type of warts children get is appropriately called the common wart. Although they can be found anywhere on a child’s body, they are typically seen on fingers, hands,...

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