A growing trend: Opiate abuse during pregnancy, suffering newborns

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Editor’s note: This is the first of two parts about opiate abuse and its potential consequences during pregnancy. More newborns are... Read more

Are you and your partner ready to get pregnant?

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Planning a family is stressful enough in itself. Whether it is finances, timing, or health, all of these aspects can place a large amount of... Read more

How we all can fight the effects of poverty

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Last month, The American Academy of Pediatrics recommended that all pediatricians screen for poverty in children, hoping to reduce the toxic... Read more

Should my child be screened for cholesterol?

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Today’s guest blogger is Sam Gidding, MD, Chief, Division of Cardiology, Nemours Cardiac Center at Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children... Read more

All pregnant and postpartum women should be screened for depression

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Earlier this week, an article on screening for depression in adults was published in JAMA and among many recommendations was an absolute requirement... Read more

Anxious about your child’s first semester at college?

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Today's guest blogger is Lauren Napolitano, Psy.D., a licensed psychologist on staff at Bryn Mawr Hospital and in private practice in Bryn... Read more

Need help? Parenting programs here to support

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How many times have you had a rough day at work and unconsciously raised your voice at your child for a minor indiscretion? We’ve all... Read more

The importance of play: Even for adults!

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Admit it. We’re all jealous of our kids’ summer vacation. As a matter of fact, most of us mature responsible adults wish we had... Read more