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Posted on Dec 28, 2013

As the year comes to a close, I am thinking about the year behind and the new year ahead.  Likewise, as many of us do, I am resolving to make changes in the New Year.  I have come up with a few very positive resolutions…



Posted on Dec 9, 2013

It’s simple: A healthy family begins with healthy parents.  Children pick up on the habits of their parents and are more likely to exercise, try new foods, or wear helmets if mom and dad do.  This winter, demonstrate healthy behaviors to your children with these…



Posted on Nov 20, 2013

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday.  It’s not the purview of any one religion, group or belief system. It is not centered around spending money or consuming alcohol. Thanksgiving is about the gathering of family, both family by blood and family by choice the blending of…



Posted on Nov 7, 2013

Recently, I updated my bulletin board at the office with the message: “Stand here and think of something you are grateful for!”  I casually left a pen hanging from a string and went on with life.  After a couple of days, much to my delight,…



Posted on Oct 28, 2013

It’s that time of year when those of us with school-aged kids are immersed in homework, activities, and the trials and tribulations of the elementary school social structure.  This busy lifestyle and constant need for stimulation has made me realize that advice I was once…



Posted on Oct 14, 2013

 With flu season right around the corner, now is the time to get your child flu vaccinations.  The current recommendation is that all children and adults over 6 months of age receive a flu vaccine.  Infants 6 months to 2 years, older adults, pregnant women,…



Posted on Sep 4, 2013

 It’s just about fall and for many kids, that means the return of child allergies season.  While some people have allergies year-round, others have their symptoms seasonally based on what is floating in the air.  In the fall, the most common cause of allergy symptoms…



Posted on Jul 24, 2013

I love being a pediatrician.   I get to practice medicine while spending the day with adorable, silly children.  I help them feel better, watch them grow up and guide their parents through each stage of development. But, once a year I give that up in…



Posted on Jun 29, 2013

If you’re a parent of a child who’s age just cracked the double digits, you may have noticed their opinion of you might be slipping into the ‘embarrassing’ category more and more each day. What did you ever do? Probably nothing, but as your child’s…



Posted on Jun 10, 2013

From the day they become pregnant,  parents worry about how to keep their child as safe and healthy as possible.  Sometimes this impulse leads parents to make very good decisions, such as ensuring their kids always wear helmets when engaging in potentially dangerous activities, feeding…




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