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Get Out! Keeping a Newborn Healthy Doesn't Mean Becoming a Hermit
By Julie (Omid) Palmisano, MD, FAAP

Germs! Whether you’re a germaphobe or someone who thinks the three-second rule is short by 20 minutes, we all know that it is important to keep newborns protected from illness for at least the first few months of life. Within the first month, ... Read More

Quenching Parents' Thirst to Understand Hydration
By Teresa Lee, M.D., F.A.A.P.

During the summer, we’re pretty good about following our young children around with water bottles, urging them to stay hydrated. But as the weather cools, keeping thirst at bay is no less important. Water helps regulate our body temperature, ... Read More

How to Feed a Picky Eater
By Meigan Everts, MD, FAAP

Young children with maturing palates will often try their parents’ patience before they’ll try the food on their plates. If you feel as though you have to don battle armor before heading out to the dinner table, you’re not alone. ... Read More

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