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Dr. Julie Brown, co-director of Emergency Medicine Research, discusses the danger of powerful magnets.
A booster seat is a car seat without a harness. It raises a child up so the lap and shoulder belt fit right. Children use a booster seat when they are too big for a car seat but not big enough for an... cont.
Would you know what to do if a fire started in your home? Would your kids? Take the time now to review fire safety facts and tips so your family will be prepared in the event of a fire... cont.
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How Genetic Technologies May Change How We Approach Parenthood
March 24, 2017
Seattle writer Bonnie Rochman has a new, smartypants book on genetic testing. It’s not a “how-to,” per se, rather a storytelling look and near confessional at how confusing it can feel when you’re pregnant (or plan to be) and faced with the marketplace of ideas and opportunities for knowing more from genetic testing. Simply put, she […]
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Children’s Mental Health
Mark Fadool, clinical director of mental health services at Odessa Brown Children's Clinic, provides early warning signs of mental health issues in kids and teens and urges us all to notice the signs... cont.
You may be concerned about your child's health when flu is spreading. Be prepared and protect your family, but don't panic and rush to the emergency department at the first sign of fever.
Limit screen time not related to school work (TV, videos, games and Internet) to one to two hours a day. Use a kitchen timer to help keep track of time.
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Behavioral and Emotional Wellness
Growth and Development
Nutrition and Fitness
Oral Health and Personal Hygiene
Wellness Topics for Children with Special Needs
Wellness Topics for Infants 0 to 2 Years
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