How To Stay Safe At Halloween

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The danger of Halloween is not candy or strangers, it’s injuries Halloween is just around the corner and this is the time parents and children need to be reminded about some safety concerns so that the holiday remains a safe and happy one. Many parents worry about tampered candy and strangers during Halloween, but the

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The Importance Of Verifying Medical Information On The Web

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Every day, we get medical information through the Internet, television, radio, newspapers and magazines. But how do we know that this information is current, accurate and credible? First, look at the source Is the information from a respected health organization like the American Academy of Pediatrics? Or a reputable government agency, hospital, business, research institution

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WHP Pediatrician Rachel Menaged, MD’s Comments Featured On Twin Love Concierge Website

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Rachel Menaged, MD, FAAP of Westchester Health Pediatrics Answers Top 10 Questions From Parents Of Twins Katonah, NY, October 10, 2015 — On the first visit to their pediatrician, or even before their babies are born, parents of twins have a number of twin-specific questions, reports Dr. Rachel E. Menaged, a pediatrician with Westchester Health

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Got Acne? We’ve Got Solutions.

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Puberty is an exciting time when a young person leaves the world of childhood and develops into a young adult. Hormones cause lots of changes during this period, one of which is pimples or acne. Up to 95% of teens will have some form of acne during puberty and your pediatrician is a great first source for information

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