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Your child may have many symptoms during an ear infection. Here are a few of the symptoms of Ear Infection. Pain. The most common symptom of an ear infection is pain. Older children can tell you that their ears hurt. Younger children may only seem irritable and cry. You may notice this more during feedings because

Prevent Injuries While Sledding

Snow is upon us again! The DC Metropolitan Area has been blanketed with snow. Here are a few safety-pointers when you take your kids out for sledding and some snow fun: Children should be supervised, and younger children should be separated from older children. Avoid sledding in overcrowded areas. Make sure the area is free

Backyard Safety

Your backyard can be a safe play area for your child if you eliminate potential hazards. If you don’t have a fenced yard, teach your child the boundaries within which she should play. Always have a responsible person supervise outdoor play. Check your yard for dangerous plants. Among preschoolers, plants are a leading cause of
First and only minimally invasive, transcatheter treatment specifically approved for premature babies with a patent ductus, a life-threatening opening in their heart Nearly 12,000 very low birth weight babies are born in the U.S. each year with a persistent opening in their heart that requires medical intervention[1,2,3] Life-saving technology provides new and optimally-sized treatment option
The American Academy of Pediatrics’ first infantile hemangioma clinical practice guideline discourages the traditional “wait and see” approach. Instead, the report calls for early identification of certain hemangiomas that may cause scarring or medical problems. In its first-ever clinical practice guideline for infantile hemangiomas, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) calls for a shift in
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning people to be on alert for signs of respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, Fox News reported. The virus, which reaches its peak in the cold winter months, may be mistaken for the flu, given their similar symptoms. If left untreated, however, RSV’s repercussions could be more dangerous,
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