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Prevent Concussions and Take Care of that Awesome Brain!

It’s Safe Kids Week and this year’s focus is on concussions in children.  There has been some much needed attention to brain injuries recently because of Sydney Crosby’s concussions. I’m glad to see that he has recovered, but not without many struggles. His … Continue reading

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Is it a cold or the flu?

This is the first post in a three-part series about the influenza virus, vaccine and kids. As a mother of four children, I’ve dealt with many sick days and visits to the doctor. When my kids were sick, I sometimes … Continue reading

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