Avoiding Food Traps

​Food traps are situations and places that make it difficult to eat right

When can my child use the public restroom alone?

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children feels that children of any age should not be permitted to use public restrooms alone

CAHPS Patient Satisfaction Report PCMH

Patient Satisfaction Report PCMH 1/1/17 – 6/20/17 Clic to download the Patient Satisfaction Survey

5 Bathroom Safety Tips for kids

The simplest way to avoid bathroom injuries is to make this room inaccessible unless your child is accompanied by an adult. This may mean installing a latch on the door at adult height so the child can’t get into the bathroom when you aren’t around

Snacks & Sugary Foods in School

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) believes that what kids eat at school matters

Healthy New Year’s Resolutions for Children and Youth

New Year’s resolutions aren’t just for adults! According to experts, kids ages 7 to 12 are at a great stage to start making their own resolutions, since they are old enough to understand what a resolution is and still young enough to influence habits

How to deal with School Holidays and Vacations

Not surprisingly, some single and working parents have grown to dread school vacations, legal holidays (like Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Washington’s Birthday), and “teacher in-service days.”

Child’s Speech and Language Development: Do’s and Don’ts

Grandparents, friends, or neighbors who are worried about a child’s speech and/or language development may hesitate to bring it up for fear of upsetting or offending a parent.

Soccer Related Injuries, Especially Concussion Rates, Rise

As U.S. youth soccer participation soared in recent decades, so did the rate of injuries–especially concussions–related to the sport, according to a study in the October 2016 Pediatrics

Summer Safety Tips: Staying Safe Outdoors

Keep your family safe this summer by following these tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)