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Age: Little Kids

10 fun activities to stay active this winter

Winter season is finally here and brought with it colder weather and shorter days.  This is a common time for families to “hibernate” and decrease activity level.  As a pediatric endocrinologist who follows patient weights closely, this is when I … Continue reading

10 ways to not be the angry sideline parent

By: Dr. Lora Scott, sports medicine physician It’s a typical youth football game. Kids are on the side lines cheering on their teammates for another first down or to play tough defense. The score is close and the game becomes … Continue reading

What to do about the flu!

By: Dr. Melissa King During the last few weeks at Dayton Children’s we have been pretty busy at both our urgent care and emergency department. As the medical director of our urgent care in Springboro, I have been seeing a … Continue reading

Protecting little ones from a dangerous poison

Electronic cigarettes or “e-cigs” are taking the country by storm. What some may consider a better or safer alternative than smoking, e-cigs are battery powered devices used to “vape” or inhale liquid nicotine, flavoring and other chemicals. However, the overall … Continue reading

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