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The Importance of Routines for Children

Bedtime. Probably one of your child’s most dreaded words. While your child may kick and scream at the mere mumbling of the word bedtime, you should feel confident as a parent knowing that you’re i...
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October is SIDS Awareness Month

By Ben Spitalnick, MD, MBA, FAAP When we brought our daughter home from the hospital, we were fortunate to have a grandmother on hand to help with so many new baby needs.  We quickly learned that wh...
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How to Prepare Your Pets for Bringing Home Baby

Bringing home your newborn is one of the most exciting moments of your life. You’ve spent weeks, or more likely months, researching and reading everything imaginable to prepare yourself for how to t...
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Exercise is Not Just for Athletes

by Michael D. DeMauro, MD, FAAP We all know exercise is good for the heart, lungs, and belly fat, but it is also great for just about everything else our body does. Ultimately, it is good for what ai...
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Tips for Parents on How To Relax

Parents all over the world are constantly taking care of the household and the kids. From packing school lunches to doing loads and loads of laundry, parents deserve some time off from their hectic sc...
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Grandmotherly Advice from a Pediatrician

by Diane R. Savage-Pedigo, MD, FAAP As the dynamics of Pediatric Associates of Savannah have changed over the years, I now have the distinct position of being the only doctor who is also a Grandparen...
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