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All about diabetes

November is National Diabetes Month. In observance, the National Diabetes Education Program and its partners want you to know that diabetes affects the entire family in many ways...

10 Tips for reducing reflux in your infant

When you dreamed of getting back into your pre-pregnancy clothes, did you envision accessorizing with a cloth diaper worn perpetually over your shoulder? Spit happens, as the drool bib proclaims; it’s as much a part of infant development as naps and 2 a.m. feedings. So, how are parents to know if their baby is spitting up too much...

What to do when an Adult Tooth is Knocked Out

Steps you should take to best preserve an adult tooth once it's been knocked out.

Fighting the Inevitable Fever

The first thing most pediatricians do when seeing a patient is take the child’s temperature. It’s not just a routine. It serves a purpose. Most people have a body temperature of around 98.6° F, or a little higher or lower. Most people's body temperatures vary slightly during the course of the day, often lower in the morning and a little higher in the evening, but for most children, the body temperature stays...

Fire Safety: 10 Tips That Could Save Your Life

In the United States, someone dies from a home fire roughly every 134 minutes, and every 20 seconds a fire department responds to a fire somewhere in the nation. With these types of statistics, many wonder what they can do to help keep their family safe.

What's New with Childhood Vaccinations?

Each year, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices issues new guidelines for childhood vaccines. The goal of the guidelines is to lower rates of illnesses that can be prevented with vaccines. The 2010 guidelines, which appear in the January issue of the journal Pediatrics, were approved by the American Academy of Pediatrics, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the American Academy of Family Physicians. Here's what you should know about the changes made this year:

Don't kill the birthday child

How do you host a birthday party for a child with allergies without making the other guests feel like they are at an "allergy party"? What if one of the guests is allergic? How do you keep them safe without making them feel left out?

Teens' Teeth Tell

If you think dentists just check for cavities, think again.

New study reveals dangers of NSAIDs

 

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