Follow An Immunization Schedule

Why Your Child Should Follow An Immunization Schedule

Share List Although the significance of vaccinating children is widely recognized, it is also essential to understand the importance of adhering to an immunization schedule. These schedules are determined and evaluated by leading experts each year, taking the most recent scientific data into consideration. They are then approved by the American Academy of Family Physicians,…Keep Reading



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The Health Benefits Of Play

Share List More so than you may think, the importance of playtime is not just child’s play. Playtime is actually vitally important for the development and overall health of your children. Playing is how children exercise and it is good for their little bodies. This is because cardiovascular exercise helps to freshly oxygenate the blood. Freshly oxygenated blood from playtime helps children…Keep Reading



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Getting The Right Pediatrician

Share List Getting The Right Pediatrician Having a new baby in your life is exciting but it also brings a lot of additional responsibility with it. The most important part of taking care of your child is getting the right pediatrician. Here are a few steps to help you select the right pediatrician. Location is…Keep Reading



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Child Speech Development Signs By Age

Share List Knowing what is normal and what’s not in child speech development will help you determine whether or not your child is on schedule. Be sure to discuss child speech development with your child’s pediatrician at every routine well-child visit. It can be difficult to tell whether a child is just immature in his or her…Keep Reading



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Immunizations are Important

Share List Immunizations protect children from diseases that were once widespread and have saved thousands of lives. Vaccinations work by introducing weakened versions of viruses into the system. Although the virus injected is not strong enough to produce symptoms, it does trigger the release of antibodies which then protects the body from becoming susceptible to…Keep Reading



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Warning Signs of Bullying

Share List Bullying is a serious matter that can affect the health of your child. Bullying can take many forms including physical, verbal, emotional, race-related, sexual and even virtual (or cyber-bullying). Bullying can also take place anywhere. For children, however, bullying usually occurs at or during their day at school. If left unchecked, bullying can encourage unhealthy behaviors and…Keep Reading



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Flu Tips

Share List Help Your Child Fight The Flu This Season With These Flu Tips Flu Tips can help your family stay happy and healthy through the year. The Influenza virus, commonly called the flu, is back in the news and causing panic all around. Children are most susceptible to this illness because they meet a…Keep Reading



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Facts About Winter Croup In Babies

Share List Croup is an infection of the voice box (larynx) and windpipe (trachea) and most often occurs in babies and children between 1-3 years of age. Croup is often mild and most children soon recover, but in some cases severe breathing difficulties can develop. If these symptoms become too serious babies with croup can be admitted to…Keep Reading



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What Is A Sore Throat?

Share List Sore Throat A viral infection is the most common cause of a sore throat. Different viruses like measles and influenza can affect the pharynx. Bacteria can also build up in this region and cause inflammation. While some bacteria can be extremely dangerous, sore throats are often harmless and they disappear after a few…Keep Reading



Healthy Holiday Activities for Children

Holiday Activities List

Share List Finding holiday activities and ideas to enjoy the season with your children can prove difficult if you have a long list of errands to worry about. Balance is the key, according to psychotherapist Dr. Karen Ruskin, author of 9 Key Techniques for Raising Respectful Children. In other words, balance spending your time doing holiday errands and…Keep Reading

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