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Gift Guide for New Parents

’Tis the season for holiday parties, family gatherings, more food than you could possibly eat, and, last but not least, gifts! It’s can be a daunting task to think of and buy gifts for everyone on...
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Helpful Hints to Avoid a Winter Cold

The temperature is dropping and we all know what that means, the dreaded winter cold or flu frenzy are tapping on our shoulders. A case of the flu or a winter cold is something that could bring your w...
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Gratitude Crafts for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is only a few days away and we bet your taste buds are already getting excited about tasting that freshly cooked turkey and warm pumpkin pie. While you’re gearing up for the most food-c...
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Spanking Your Child – Why You Shouldn’t

By: Brandy Gheesling, MD, IBCLC, FAAP In the recent weeks, the Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has issued an updated statement to parents regarding disciplining their children.  The AAP has strengthened ...
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The Season of Gratitude

The season of gratitude is upon us. We asked some of our doctors and nurses at Pediatric Associates of Savannah what they’re thankful for. Watch the video above to hear their answers....
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How to Spend Quality Time with Your Children

Childhood is a beautiful, fun, fleeting time. When you have children you have the unique opportunity to relive some of the magic of childhood and introduce some of that wonder back into your life. But...
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Gun Safety for Kids

By: Christopher Rogers, MD It is one of my favorite times of the year. Weather is cooling down, football is always on the TV, and the leaves are changing. Living in the south also means another thing ...
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Tips and Tricks for a Safe Halloween

Happy Fall, y’all! We’re finally at the point in the year where you’re trading in your sunhat for scarves, floral wreaths for pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns, and plain old lattes for the coveted p...