How to help your child manage spring allergies

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Today’s guest blogger is Joanna Johnson, MD, FAAAAI, Allergist, Pulmonology & Allergy, St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children... Read more

Do you have an ‘X-plan’ with your teen?

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Let’s face it. It’s probably inevitable your teen will be making decisions related to alcohol, drugs, and sex. Sometimes it might... Read more

Salt and ice: Another ‘challenge’ reemerges

While it’s not new, the “salt and ice challenge” appears to spreading among kids and teens via social media once again. As... Read more

Best ear care advice? Leave the wax alone!

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Have you ever thought about earwax? Even if you haven’t thought about it, you may routinely stick cotton swabs in your children or your... Read more

Sleep deprived? Experts to offer advice on Baby Sleep Day

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Today’s guest blogger is Melisa E. Moore, PhD, a psychologist in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences... Read more

Here’s how to potentially make spring allergies less painful

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Today’s guest blogger is Alana Jones, DO, a pediatric allergist at Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children. With the spring-like... Read more

Parents: You can help reduce alcohol-related crash deaths

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A recent study published online in Pediatrics should remind all of us about the deadly role of alcohol for our youth: Alcohol is involved in... Read more

High powered magnet toys available, but still dangerous

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Young children have a habit of putting anything and everything in their mouths. Whether it's an accident, a dare, or just because they can... Read more