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Good Intentions Don't Prevent Cavities

Parents choose juice boxes, gummy vitamins and bottled water with their kids' health in mind, but it could lead to more cavities, warns Dr. Rachel A. Maher.

Is it OK for Teens to Drink Coffee?

"One daily cup of coffee won’t harm kids over the age of 12 – as long as they avoid all other sources of caffeine" which include soda, iced tea chocolate, energy drinks and some over-the-counter drugs, like Excedrin.

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Protect Your Skin During Pregnancy

With any pregnancy comes changes to a mother’s skin—such as a growing belly that stretches the skin — but beyond that there are other skin changes brought about by…

Obstetrician and Dietary Specialist Highlights

Obstetricians Advocare The OB GYN Specialists 157 Route 73 Voorhees, NJ 08043 856-874-9555 Professionals attempt vaginal birth whenever possible and offer support for vaginal births after C-sections. They support all…

Should Your Child Get Braces?

Orthodontics is not only about making a smile pretty. Although not every child will need braces, having an early assessment can prevent issues such as crowding or breathing…

What to Know about Ectopic Pregnancy

One of the most blissful, anticipatory times in a woman’s life can be when trying to get pregnant or having confirmed a positive pregnancy test. But for some women, the initial high can…

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