Category: Pediatrics

My own little Doc McStuffins

Sometimes I can’t believe what a shrewd little thinker I have on my hands. Some things just can’t be taught. My son, a three year old going on 30, has always been my cautious child. Childproofing was lost on him.

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What healed my daughter’s eczema

Just a short little ditty here because I have another post planned but now that my daughter’s skin is [practically] pristine, I want to share some of the things we have learned: 1) Her skin is very sensitive to heat

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Treating my Baby’s Eczema: The case of the itchy scalp

I grew up with terrifically dry skin which, at first handshake, makes people think that I must be 67 years old — that is, unless they are staring me in the face and see I otherwise look about my age.

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FDA warns on safety of commonly used medication for constipation

3am snacks afford me the opportunity to do things right now that I otherwise would not be able to do as thoroughly during the day – one of which is to read more into some of the medical-related updates that

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Vitamin D – Trying out a new supplement brand

In my most recent post on Vitamin D for children I mentioned that I would soon be receiving a bottle of Vitamin D drops (cholecalciferol or Vitamin D3) which contain 400 IU of Vitamin D per drop.  While recommendations have now

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