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Is Your Teen Ready for a Summer Job?

Your teen is itching to get a summer job and the spending money that goes along with it, but you’re not sure whether or not that's a good idea.

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Your Safety Guide to Celebrating Independence Day

To help you plan for the holiday, check out these previous To Your Health blog posts so you can celebrations with your family safely.

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There’s a Label for That: Summer Camp Checklist

One working mother's perspective and recommendations for planning and preparation around children's summer camp.

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Are Your Baby’s Spit-Ups Concerning?

All babies have episodes of reflux intermittently without implying a medical condition. However, reflux episodes can be a sign of several medical conditions. Therefore, it is important to differentiate between...

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Baby It’s Hot! Reminders About Infants and Sunscreen

Learn more about guidelines and tips for infants and sun protection from our pediatric expert, Dr. Daniel Bronfin.

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Playing Outside Can Reduce the Risk of Short-Sightedness in Kids

Spending too much time indoors is putting children at risk of developing myopia at a young age.

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What I Learned from My Nurse

Writer reflects on what it was like having a nurse as a parent growing up.

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Why Giving Back Can Feel Good

Every day around our city and country, countless volunteers selflessly give their resources, time and talent to serve others. Many of these volunteers choose to give their time by assisting...

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