Do you need to revamp your family’s morning routine?

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Editor's note: April is occupational therapy month. Getting a child ready for school or day care in the morning can be an overwhelming task... Read more

Vetri Community Partnership’s Mobile Teaching Kitchen makes fresh food approachable

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As a chef-educator whose passion is working with whole, fresh ingredients, I really enjoy teaching people how to prepare them in ways that... Read more

Should you ever leave a young child unattended in a car?

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A New Hampshire mother was recently arrested after leaving her 2-year old son in the car with the motor running. Dina Dambaeva, 34, of Manchester... Read more

Teens and extreme obesity: Is it time for weight loss surgery?

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America, we have a problem! Nine percent of 12- to 19-year-olds have morbid or extreme obesity. Morbid obesity is defined as a Body Mass Index... Read more

Sesame Street debuts its first Muppet with autism on Monday

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Today’s guest blogger is Georgina Perez Liz, research assistant with the Early Detection Project in Drexel University’s A.J. Drexel... Read more

How can we deliver better mental health care for teens?

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Integrated care – primary care that combines health and mental health services – is an idea that has taken off. Many doctors’... Read more

Supporting your child with autism in the ER

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Today’s guest bloggers are Jackie Rosen, CCLS and Laura Cadge, CCLS, CTRS, child life specialists at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia... Read more

Should sunscreen be available at school for students?

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Just as Annie once sang, “The sun will come out tomorrow,” the snowy winter is now behind us and the sunshine of warmer days are... Read more