Three Siblings Became Pediatric Dentists — With a Mission of Giving Back

As Benjamin Franklin famously said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” The focus of Cavity Busters’ early childhood education program may...

Baby-Proofing: Here’s What You Need to Know

Baby-proofing is an important step in every parent’s journey. As children grow, so does their curiosity. The goal is to make your home a...

My Turn: Health Benefits of Volunteering for Kids and Teens

Volunteering is a valuable experience that most people believe is beneficial for society.  It’s never too early to encourage your children to start volunteering...
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Watermelon Snowman Snack

The cold chill of winter may have you feeling trapped indoors with nothing to do and nowhere to go, but fun activities fit for...
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How to Make the Most of Your Child’s Wellness Visit

For some kids, visiting their pediatrician is all about the lollipops. “There have been times when my kids were nervous about getting a shot, but...

Acetaminophen During Pregnancy Linked to Risk of ADHD, Autism

A new study follows others that suggest a link between the pain- and fever-reducer, best known at Tylenol, and ADHD and autism. But more research is needed, the study's author says.
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What Parents Need to Know About Antidepressants for Children and Teens

Rates of anxiety and depression among youth have soared over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. Last fall, a coalition of the nation’s leading...
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How Should You Handle a Brain Injury in Children?

by Bryan Pugh As the weather warms, we are venturing outdoors more and more toward sports fields, bike paths and the open road. With our...
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Pediatric Dentistry During COVID-19

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has caused us to rethink, rework and reprioritize the way we go about our lives, raising questions such as “which...
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Oral Health for Kids

We all know that feeling: Uh-oh, my child has a cavity. Was it too much candy? Not enough time spent brushing? Should we have...