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We’re Pregnant! Advice for First-Time Fathers

With Father’s Day around the corner, there are many first-time fathers preparing for this life-changing event. Hearing those two words, “We’re pregnant!” can trigger an emotional spiral that...

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Diving Into Pool Safety

Pool time is one of the most popular ways for families to escape the summer heat. Unfortunately, pool-related activities can be very dangerous for infants and small children. The CDC...

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What to Expect When You’re Expecting During Hurricane Season

With hurricane season upon us, pregnant women and families with small children need to take extra precautions to ensure that things go smoothly, whether evacuating or staying. This can be...

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When Should I Begin Potty Training?

Successful potty training is all about setting developmentally appropriate expectations and providing positive reinforcement to motivate while avoiding struggles. Dr. Patricia Granier shares some training tips and signs your child...

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First Baby Vs. Second Baby - What’s Different?

It’s true what they say- there are differences between being an expectant parent of your first child versus your second child.

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Tips for Helping Picky Eaters Expand Their Palates

So you think you have a picky eater? Does your child only want to eat just one food? Pediatrician Dr. Daniel Bronfin offers tips to help parents.

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Living Liver Transplant

Mary Carnahan—in desperate need of a liver transplant—found a living donor close to home: her own daughter.

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Spring Clean Your Medicine Cabinet

When you’re elbow deep in cleaning your house, garage and storage areas this spring, don’t forget about one commonly overlooked area – your medicine cabinet.

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