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Age: Little Kids

Landmark legislation for babies

Last week at the groundbreaking for the Dayton Children’s patient care tower,  U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown unveiled new, landmark legislation to help doctors and researchers better understand the causes of stillbirths, Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths (SUID), and Sudden Unexpected Deaths … Continue reading

3 ways to help kids manage trials

Bad experiences in early childhood have a significant impact on kids during adolescence according to recent research published by Child Trends. Investigators found that 48 percent of our kids experienced a serious negative event during childhood, with 11 percent of our kids … Continue reading

Mommy, I can do it by myself

“Mommy, I can do it all by myself” is a very common phrase in my home lately.  Mary at three-and-a-half-years-old is dressing herself, choosing snacks, picking flowers or veggies from the garden and even sitting on the toilet by herself … Continue reading

The 4 things you must know about ebola

By: Dr. Melissa King Ebola, what? The news is reporting about Ebola every time that I turn around. What do you as a parent here in Ohio need to know? 1.) Ebola is not as easily spread as you might … Continue reading

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