Talking to your teen about removing unwanted hair

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How teenagers feel about their hair — its presence or its absence — influences their developing self-concept, self-image, self-acceptance... Read more

Making sense of food allergy research in the news

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Recently, there was a news release from HealthDay that described the administration of hydrolyzed egg to egg allergic children. In the study... Read more

Drowning does not 'just happen'

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Today’s guest blogger is Kim Everett, trauma prevention coordinator at St. Mary Medical Center. The summer season is upon us, and it... Read more

Teen IUD use is up, but condom use is down

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2012 was a very good year. It was the year in which major professional medical organizations including the American College of Obstetricians... 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 to answer your child’s questions about nutrition

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Looking for a better answer than "because I said so" when your child asks you about sugar consumption and other nutrition questions? Here's... Read more

Tips for preparing your child for surgery

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Today’s guest bloggers are Melissa Breen, CCLS and Kristi Harris, CCLS, certified child life specialists at The Children's Hospital of... Read more

7 healthy cooking hacks

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Now that you’ve mastered the fruit and vegetable hacks discussed in last month’s blog post, it’s time to get cooking. Try... Read more