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  1. Mary Thomas: Kids lose their delicacy, but never the need for loveRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago |

    Y ou would think as each child leaves the nest, parents would have more time socializing with friends. A nice dinner out.


  2. An adventure of a year' - Cochlear implants enable Marietta toddler to hear for first timeRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago |

    One-year-old Max Beeman is living a different life these days with his sister, Ava, and parents, Richard and Trish.


  3. 30 Years: North Bay Pediatrics serves children, parentsRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | The Daily Republic

    Before there was NorthBay Medical Center, North Bay Pediatrics began in 1984 - and although some people believe the two are the same, they're separate. "It was our name first," Amy Jadkowski, practice manager for North Bay Pediatrics, said.


  4. WorkplaceRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Altoona Mirror

    ... patient care is provided and quality standards are met. Jasutkar, who is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics, is in practice with Dr. Rakesh Chopra at 1224 Seventh Ave., Altoona. Nicholas brings more than 30 years of diverse corporate ...


  5. Hair's What I Think blog: Hair's What I Think or The Quest for the Navicular CookieRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Cape Cod Times

    Last week I was babbling about my feet to a client. It's a definite "no no" - whining about your feet/orthotics, etc.


  6. How a tape measure and scale can save your child's lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Proctor Journal

    Babies are measured and weighed frequently in the first few years of life so parents and pediatricians can be sure they are getting a healthy start. But as kids get older, many parents don't know exactly how tall or heavy their children are.


  7. Dosage Dangers: child medication measurements confuse parentsRead the original story

    Yesterday |

    ... said. "There is medicine on the outside; it just doesn't seem very accurate." A study by the American Academy of Pediatrics found about 40 percent of parents incorrectly measured the dose their doctor prescribed. Terms like milliliter, teaspoon, or ...


  8. Attitudes towards microbicide use for bacterial vaginosis in pregnancyRead the original story

    Aug 21, 2014 | CSIRO Publishing

    Marina Catallozzi A B E , Camille Y. Williams A , Gregory D. Zimet C , Katharine M. Hargreaves A , Shari E. Gelber D , Adam J. Ratner A , Lawrence R. Stanberry A and Susan L. Rosenthal A A Department of Pediatrics, Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons-Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York Presbyterian Hospital, 622 West 168th Street, New York, NY 10032, USA. B Heilbrunn Department of Population & Family Health, Mailman School of Public Health New York, 60 Haven Avenue, New York, NY 10032, USA.


  9. Saving babies a " and societyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Miami Herald

    The excellent Dec. 25 article New mom, new chapter , reminds me of a quote from 50 years ago, "There is no such thing as a baby." Dr. Donald Winnicott, a pediatrician and psychoanalyst was not playing games with words.


  10. Autism? There may soon be an app to screen for thatRead the original story

    Yesterday |

    ... dissemination science at Autism Speaks, an autism science and advocacy organization, said the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that pediatricians screen children for autism at 18 and 24 months, but not all children get screened. She said ...


  11. Gundersen Health System taking precautions to prevent RSVRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WEAU-TV Eau Claire

    "Those babies get sicker with RSV, because it gets into their lungs, and then they have more trouble breathing, which sometimes means they have more trouble feeding," said Gundersen Health System pediatrician Dr. Judy Klevan. Gundersen Health system says anyone who goes into the room of a patient with RSV has to put on a gown, mask and gloves.


  12. Doctor provides health care for the uninsuredRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Globe and Mail

    Dr. Paul Caulford examines a South American couple's two-year-old son Tuesday. Dr. Paul Caulford examines a South American couple's two-year-old son Tuesday.


  13. Minnesota baby fights brain tumor with superhero capesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | New York Daily News

    Vito Skaro inspires others with his garments while he undergoes treatment for medulloblastoma. 'He's been taking it like a champ,' his mother Nicole told the News about her little boy's treatment.


  14. A special connectionRead the original story

    Friday | Barnstable Patriot

    SHARING A BOND Henry Ramage of Barnstable Village shares a moment, and a special connection, with Gabriel the dog. Both have struggled with and are working to overcome serious medical issues.


  15. An Update On Screen TimeRead the original story

    Friday | WNYC-AM New York

    ... out of school, our view of screen time is changing. The long-standing recommendation from the American Academy of Pediatrics has been that kids' entertainment screen time be limited " to less than one or two hours per day ." And for kids under 2: ...


  16. Free RotaCare health clinic still in demandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Mountain View Voice

    Jose, 8, gets a check up from a volunteer doctor at RotaCare on Dec. 19, 2014. To help support the RotaCare clinic, make a donation to the Voice's Holiday Fund by going to


  17. Child-rearing and baby-sitting programs on tap: Shaker TracesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday |

    Parenting the behavior of young children will be the focus of a program presented by Family Connections on Tuesday, Jan. 27, at Shaker Family Center, 19824 Sussex Road, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Guiding the discussion will be Lisa Damour, a nationally known speaker and researcher, who is director of Laurel School 's Center for Research on Girls, a faculty associate of the Schubert Center for Child Studies , and a clinical instructor at Case Western Reserve University. There will be a question-and-answer session following the program and refreshments will be served.


  18. Florida, other states face steep drop in Medicaid paymentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Business Journal

    A two-year rate hike to Medicaid reimbursements, enacted as part of the federal Affordable Care Act, is set to expire next year, cutting the Medicaid payments for primary care in Florida by more than 50 percent, the Sarasota Herald-Tribune said . The hike was designed to put Medicaid rates on par with Medicare rates.


  19. Yes, Your Toddler Can Watch TVBy Russell SaundersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Daily Beast

    ... between sitting and watching a glowing screen and swiping your finger across one, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) lumps it all together in its recommendation that screen time be avoided entirely for toddlers . This remains the conventional ...


  20. Oh babiesRead the original story

    Thursday | Newsday

    This well-known sentence heralds the annual Christmas Day celebration on the birth of the Christ child and for several parents, Christmas Day this year had special added meaning as they celebrated the birth of their own babies. At one minute past midnight, Emmanuella Gopaul was born, becoming the first baby to be born on Christmas Day this year in the country.