How to keep your family healthy and safe on vacation

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Today’s guest blogger is Evan Weiner, MD, FAAP, director, department of Emergency Medicine, St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children... Read more

Parents: The case for when you should do nothing

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As parents, we want our kids to be successful adults, so we’re constantly working hard to ensure they are getting the best head start... Read more

Important now: Talking to your kids about racism

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With the increased violence we’ve seen lately, parents and all those who care for or work with children have an additional burden. How... Read more

US teen birth rates reach all-time low, but higher than other countries

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I’m not usually a cynical person but, believe me, I have heard it all before: “My mother doesn’t want me on the pill.”... Read more

What can 'Finding Dory' teach us?

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Today’s guest blogger is Marilyn B. Benoit, MD, Chief Clinical and Medical Officer, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health. Pixar’s... Read more

Exploring the role of today’s fathers

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With the recent celebration of Father’s Day, the American Academy of Pediatrics released a timely paper on the role of fathers in child... Read more

How does exposure to gun violence affect kids and teens?

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In the early hours of June 12, the worst mass shooting in American history happened. A gunman killed 49 people and wounded dozens more in a... Read more

Loss aversion: How can it affect family health care decisions?

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Loss aversion is a very important psychological principle that people care much more about avoiding losses than they care about making gains... Read more