A few weeks ago my daughter asked me if she was a ‘tweener’. I was half-listening to her knowing this was one of many questions that she would rapid fire shoot at me and then proceed to tell me her … Continue reading →
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It's #MeetaDocFriday! Meet Kelly Sandburg, MD. Dr. Sandberg is a gastroenterologist at Dayton Children's meaning that he helps kids every day dealing with tummy and digestive problems. Dr. Sandber says "Dayton Children's is special because, as I interact with more and more people each day, I am continually impressed with each team member's dedication to doing the right thing for patients." Learn more about Dr. Sandberg http://www.childrensdayton.org/cms/dayton_childrens_doctors/kelly_sandberg/index.html
You wouldn't let your child play with a blowtorch , but did you know sparklers burn at the same temperature?!? As you head into the 4th of July weekend, be sure to keep safety on your mind and check out these 8 alternatives to fireworks and sparklers for kids! http://www.childrensdayton.org/cms/media_releases/fireworks_safety_2015/index.html