Sep 30, 2020
Moms – Simon Books
Cleaning the ears is something that most people do without giving it much thought. It is not unusual for most people to stick a Q-tip into their ear to clean out the wax. If you have been doing this, it may interest you to know that you have been doing more harm than good to your ears. Most doctors will advise against sticking any object into the ear. This is especially the case when you are dealing with kids’ delicate ears. Learning the ins and outs of cleaning your kids’ ears will help you to avoid ear health issues.
Read More At: https://www.moms.com/the-ins-outs-of-cleaning-kids-ears/
Sep 30, 2020
The Conversation – Irene Mathieu
This spring, after stay-at-home orders were announced and schools shut down across the nation, many families stopped going to their pediatrician. As a result, kids have fallen behind on important childhood vaccinations.
Read More At: https://theconversation.com/your-childs-vaccines-what-you-need-to-know-about-catching-up-during-the-covid-19-pandemic-145986
Sep 29, 2020
Medical X-Press – Lauren Barker
The kids are begging to partake in one of their favorite holiday traditions of the year—trick-or-treating. But we are still deep in the global pandemic. So do we skip the door-to-door candy festivities this year or is there a safe way to trick-or-treat?
Read More At: https://medicalxpress.com/news/2020-09-kids-trick-or-treating-year.html
Sep 29, 2020
Romper – Katie McPherson
Babies and toddlers wearing tiny eyeglasses are the cutest ever. But how will you know if your baby needs glasses? I mean, they take a while to focus those sweet little eyes anyway, so what exactly should you be looking for? Pediatricians say there are some signs you can see at home, and that it’s important to bring them up with your child’s doctor. It can help prevent long-term vision issues if you get them glasses early.
Read More At: https://www.romper.com/p/how-do-you-know-if-your-baby-needs-glasses-expert-explains-22973242
Sep 28, 2020
Net News Ledger – Abel Anderson
Despite being invisible, chronic pain is anything but silent. Watching your teenager deal with unceasing pain can be close to unbearable, and you find yourself wishing you could take their place. While modern medicine gets better and better each day, and doctors do all they can to prevent excessive suffering, there are other methods you can introduce to go alongside, which can help your teenager deal with their pain.
Read More At: http://www.netnewsledger.com/2020/09/28/helping-your-teenage-child-with-chronic-pain/