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Amy Spangler, CNP, breaks down what parents and caregivers need to know if they think their child may be sick with COVID-19.
Mindfulness has been a big buzzword in the past few years. And it’s not just for adults.
The benefits of breastfeeding are numerous for moms and babies. We can’t allow conversations around breastfeeding to be taboo or uncomfortable.
Learn when your daughter is ready and what she can expect at her first visit.
With new mask mandates and a new school year approaching, it’s important for parents to help their children adjust to mask-wearing.
It's hard to cope during difficult times. Here are some ways to get through it together.
From "Service Saturday" to monitoring media, our psychiatric nurse practitioner shares ways to help your child understand and cope.
Nearly all babies get this virus before they are one year old. It's common, but still dangerous. Dr. Barnett shares how to prevent and recognize it.
Optometrist Dr. Linley weighs in on how screens affect a young user's eyes and what we can do to protect eye health.
A vision screening and eye exam aren't the same. Here's what the screening is missing and when it's time to see an eye doctor.
Injury prevention specialist Gina Veres shares this easy tip and more for keeping your little one safe during the summer months.
Some of the most common bone injuries happen in the warmer months. Dr. Lewis shares why trampolines are a common culprit and how to enjoy them safely.