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This year has been unlike any other. If you are a parent like me, then you may have stayed up some nights thinking about how you are going to raise children in a climate where our differences are often used to divide us rather than unite us. How will you teach them about love, tolerance […]

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Every pediatrician has ten common questions new parents always ask. So I teamed up with Dr. Danielle Fernandes and answered the questions we always get from new parents. If you are a new parent, then this is for you! And if you know a new parent, pass this video along to them. They will thank […]

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Image via famveldman/bigstock.com As a pediatrician, I know how to prescribe medication, but it was only until I became a mother that I truly began to understand the challenges of actually giving medication to children. Now let’s face it. Most children hate taking medication and will do anything to avoid it. But there are a […]

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Image via dolgachov/bigstock.com Okay, let’s be real. Motherhood is an incredible blessing and amazing…but at times it’s also frustrating and completely exhausting. I have officially entered the parenting stage that I have talked about with parents for years! It’s called the terrible twos. If you have ever wondered exactly what happens to children when they […]

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Image via NejroN Photo/bigstock.com Have you ever thought about the person you used to be before you became a parent? Sometimes when I’m sitting on the couch watching a show about college life or walking past a restaurant in the evening as friends gather for some weeknight revelry (as I head to bed at 8pm)–I […]

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