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Your Child’s Fever: Friend or Foe?

A fever in a child usually generates much anxiety in parents because of the many myths about this condition that have been perpetuated for years…. Continue Reading

Could Your Child Have Head Lice?

Head lice are tiny insects that live on people’s scalp and crawl into their hair. Head lice feed on human blood by biting the scalp…. Continue Reading

Lice, Scabies and Ringworm – At School

Back to school is a time when children trade in their swimsuits for shoes and start bringing home spelling words and math problems. But sometimes,… Continue Reading

Your Child’s First Dental Visit

“First visit by first birthday.” This is the view of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Pediatricians agree. The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests that… Continue Reading

Traumatic Brain Injury In Children

Traumatic injuries represent the leading cause of death and disability in young adults in the US. When head trauma is sufficient to cause alterations in… Continue Reading

Help Children Develop Healthy Heart Habits

Parents and caregivers can help their child develop heart healthy habits early in life. They can encourage their children to evaluate their food choices and… Continue Reading

Bowel Or Bladder Issues In Children

According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), by five years of age, over 90% of children have no daytime… Continue Reading

Empower Children To Stop Bullying

Every day, in schools across America, children are being bullied. Often, children who are bullied lack the size and confidence necessary to successfully stand up… Continue Reading

Treating Infertility

Part One Many couples who want to have a child have not been able to do so. About 15% of couples in the United States… Continue Reading

Parenting and Childhood Behavior Problems

Parenting a child can be very challenging. Many parents in Northern Virginia have full time jobs and multiple demands placed on them. We all do… Continue Reading

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