Why We’re All Responsible for Kids With Food Allergies

Why We’re All Responsible for Kids With Food Allergies

Sending a child with food allergies out into the world everyday is a source of anxiety and fear for parents and caregivers.The U.S. Centers for Disease Control reported that food allergies result in more than 300,000 ambulatory-care visits a year among children under...

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Should We Still Be Worried About Zika?

Should We Still Be Worried About Zika?

It's been a little over a year since the Zika virus came to South Florida. You heard about it on the news constantly, read about it online, and maybe even tuned in to our Facebook live video featuring special guest, OB/GYN Dr. David Lubetkin. So what's going on with...

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5 Tips to Raise A Non-Bully

5 Tips to Raise A Non-Bully

One of the worst parenting nightmares is to see our kids suffer. Be it physical or emotional, there is nothing quite like the osmosis that happens within us when our child is hurting. Struggling socially is nothing new, but what is new is the accessibility of bullying...

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The Instagram Effect On Parenting

The Instagram Effect On Parenting

For centuries, we have long been obsessed as a society with portraiture and later, photography, a freeze frame moment in time that depicts the perfect family, the perfect backdrop, and the perfect split-second image. Fast forward to 2017, where taking and sharing a...

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Rock Star Parenting Hacks From a Pediatrician

Rock Star Parenting Hacks From a Pediatrician

Whether it's mealtime, bath time, or travel time, we've got a hack for that! These parenting hacks will make you feel like a rockstar! Use a Pez Dispenser to Get Kids to Take Their Medicine For chewable medicine for toddlers and kids, use a Pez dispenser with their...

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They say raising a child takes a village, so we’re here to bring parents the information about common pediatric topics direct from the pediatrician!

The Instagram Effect On Parenting

For centuries, we have long been obsessed as a society with portraiture and later, photography, a freeze frame moment in time that depicts the perfect family, the perfect backdrop, and the perfect split-second image. Fast forward to 2017, where taking and sharing a...
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The First Shoes

My child just started walking, do they need shoes? Up until the time when they start walking, shoes can be thought of as merely fashion accessories.  While they can help to provide warmth to your child’s feet, socks are best for keeping feet warm.  The age which...
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Diaper Rash

Along with one of the certainties in life–taxes–there comes another almost certainty which is taxing and often worrisome to a parent: diaper rash. The American Academy of Pediatrics reports that more than 50% of all babies will get diaper rash between 4 and 15 months...
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The ABC’s of Cribs

New Crib Requirements New federal safety requirements approved by the CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) for cribs went into effect on June 28, 2011.  There have been numerous changes to the previous standard for crib safety requirements.   Virtually all...
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Why We’re All Responsible for Kids With Food Allergies

Sending a child with food allergies out into the world everyday is a source of anxiety and fear for parents and caregivers.The U.S. Centers for Disease Control reported that food allergies result in more than 300,000 ambulatory-care visits a year among children under...
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