• 12
  • Jun2015

Preventing Children’s Sports Injuries

Summer is a time for children to enjoy the weather and play sports. Even though sports and other activities are important for children to be involved in, it’s also important to make sure your children are safe while playing. Luckily, there are steps parents can take to make sure their children stay safe this summer:

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  • 31
  • Mar2015

Epilepsy in Children

Hearing your child has epilepsy comes with a lot of uncertainty and fear. Although most children are able to live normal lives after being diagnosed with the seizure condition, it’s important to be well-informed to provide the best care and to limit the amount of seizures your child has.

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  • 03
  • Feb2015

What you Need to Know about Measles

Measles is a hot topic right now. Every news station is covering the current outbreak that’s affecting hundreds of people throughout the country. It’s important to be well-informed in order to properly protect you and your children. While vaccinating your child is a personal decision, it has become a public health issue where both the […]

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  • 27
  • Jan2015

Nutrition Tips for a Breastfeeding Mom

New mothers often wonder how breastfeeding impacts their diet and nutrition. Though breastfeeding doesn’t cause any major changes in diet, there are some things to keep in mind if you are breastfeeding your infant. Eat a well-balanced diet The baby will receive the proper nutrition from breast milk regardless of the foods you are eating. […]

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  • 04
  • Nov2014

Pros and Cons About Ear Tubes for Children

All children get ear infections, but what happens when they become recurring? Myringotomy tubes, or ear tubes, are often brought up as a possible option to reduce the amount of ear infections children get. Here are some pros and cons about ear tubes for children:

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  • 09
  • Sep2014

Tips for Parents of Teen Drivers in New Jersey

Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for teens and young adults. More than 5,500 young people die every year in car crashes and thousands more are injured. Parents can play an important role in reducing these numbers and keeping their teens alive.

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