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Posts Tagged ‘toddlers’

Folic Acid & Moms-To-Be

Friday, October 14th, 2011

One of the best ways to have a healthy baby is to take good care of your own health.  Folic acid has been shown to help prevent certain birth defects, but now a new study suggests when a woman takes it in the first two months of pregnancy; her child may be less likely to have severe language delays. (more…)

Breath-holding & Fainting

Monday, September 5th, 2011

Have you ever fainted?  I bet you may have not realized how common fainting is in the pediatric age group?  I know this from my own children (yes, I had 2 “fainters” and boys no less) as well as from many of my patients.  The medical term for fainting is syncope, and it really is common among children. (more…)

Common Toddler Questions Answered

Sunday, August 14th, 2011

It was “toddler week” in my office and I was just amazed that the questions from room to room and morning to afternoon were essentially all the same. Forget that these were all different kids with different parents; the concerns were echoed from room to room. (more…)

Daytime Nap Benefits Beyond Rest

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

Any parent can testify that a child’s naptime is also beneficial for the caregiver. Now a new small study shows that for children aged four and five, taking a nap during the daytime may help reduce hyperactivity, anxiety and depression. (more…)

Behavior Problems In Toddlers

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

Weekly Health Headlines

Keeping you informed of the latest children’s health news

This week’s topic: Behavior problems in toddlers

 

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Can Probiotics Boost Immunity?

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

I have had some travel time in the car so that gave me an opportunity to catch up on my journal reading. I found an interesting article from Pediatrics, August 2009. (more…)