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Changes to infant Tylenol

I am a pharmacist but also a mother of four beautiful children.  I have used infant acetaminophen for my babies when they were in pain and to bring down their fevers.  Acetaminophen is a helpful medication, but needs to be … Continue reading

The Heart of a Volunteer

Written by Susan Koller, a Dayton Children’s volunteer Three and a half years ago when I was looking for a place to volunteer, I realized there was one perfect match — Dayton Children’s. After all, my story started there almost … Continue reading

The five elements of “happiness” – Lessons from The Girl Scouts

The Girl Scouts have always been about a lot more than cookies and cookouts, and have recently revamped their recognition system to reflect the needs of young girls. The Scouts’ merit badges underwent their first major overall since 1987, with … Continue reading

Dr. Ramey’s top 8 “notes and quotes” from 2011

The competition was intense, but here are my favorite quotes from the past year.    “You should be able to express yourself however you want to express yourself—your feelings, your emotions.  People get locked in and it just causes so … Continue reading

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