Monthly Archives: June 2012

Parenting In The Digital Age

Technology has changed and advanced at a supersonic pace and this remarkable shift has presented a new landscape for socializing, working, parenting and relating. Check out this wikispace by Karl … Full Entry »

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You Can’t Identify Abnormal If You Don’t Know What’s Normal

Although I am a physician who takes care of infants who are often critically ill, much of my research at the USDA/ARS Children’s Nutrition Research Center involves evaluating healthy infants and … Full Entry »

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Vulvovaginitis In Prepubertal Children

Vulvovaginitis occurs in up to 75% of females before their first menstrual period and is one of the most common reasons prepubertal girls have to visit a pediatrician or pediatric … Full Entry »

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A Day With Dad: My Extraordinary Experience Of Becoming A Father Of Sextuplets

If you would have asked me about being a father a year ago, I would have told you I didn’t think it would ever happen. But, after months of fertility … Full Entry »

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How To Cope When Your Baby Is In The NICU

When a baby is admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), parents may feel overwhelmed when their lives transform from being excited to welcome their child into the world … Full Entry »

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