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    Our mission at The Children's Medical Center of Dayton is to improve the health of children in the Miami Valley and to be the first choice for children's health! We have created this blog as a way to communicate key children's health and safety issues to parents and other child advocates. It is managed by Dayton Children's department of marketing communications and development. Comments can be sent to rodneyg@childrensdayton.org.

Good surfacing keeps children safer on the playground

Whether in your back yard, at school, or at a local park, playgrounds are a source of fun for a child. Unfortunately, many schools and park districts do not have the resources to constantly check on playground conditions, which is … Continue reading

How to make healthy meals enjoyable

It’s National Nutrition Month® and this year’s theme is “Put your best fork forward.” “Each of us holds the tool to make healthier food choices,” says Becky Gonter-Dray, RD, CSP, LD, dietitian and “Activities to Zucchini” blogger at Dayton Children’s. “Making … Continue reading

Giving your child over-the-counter medication

Over-the-counter medication can be a convenient way to keep your child comfortable when they get sick or hurt. Unfortunately when acetaminophen and ibuprofen are used too quickly or carelessly, they can do more harm than good. “These drugs are safe … Continue reading

Beware of burns

Toddlers love to be where mom is. So that means all too often they are right underfoot while you are curling your hair, cooking or even running on the treadmill.  Unfortunately these become likely scenarios for your child to end … Continue reading

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