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Spare the Rod, But Don’t Yell Instead

In recent months, several articles about disciplining children have come out in the media speculating on whether yelling has taken the place of spanking as a common form of discipline for children. Many parents believe that spanking is not an appropriate method of discipline, so instead, they often yell out of frustration because they don’t […]

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Does My Child Have GERD or EoE?

When your child complains of a burning sensation in his chest, chest pain, chest tightness or regurgitation, you may feel concerned. When your child adds that he is having trouble swallowing and feels like something is stuck in his throat, though, you’ll probably start to panic. But what is it? Chances are eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) […]

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6 Ways to Help Your Child Avoid Headache Triggers

Recurrent headaches and migraines (a moderate-to-severe headache), are common health complaints for children and adolescents. About 75 million children in the United States report experiencing headaches by the age of 15. The number of children with headaches increases with age. When children are young, boys often have more headaches than girls; however when they hit their […]

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