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Recipe: Warm Cinnamon Apple Cranberry Crisp

Tags: dessert, fruits and vegetables, healthy dessert, Recipes

This cinnamon apple cranberry crisp is made with apples, dried fruit, walnuts and oatmeal. It's full of flavors and is sure to please. Make it for your family or for a larger gathering.


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Choosing a Football Helmet: 6 Tips for Best Protection

Tags: bike safety, brain injury, child helmet safety, concussion, helmet, helmet safety, sports injury, youth sports

Football helmets are essential to reduce the risk of serious injuries. Find six tips for finding the right football helmet, including ways to tell if it is fitting properly.


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Pregnant? Find Out About Sickle Cell Risks for Your Baby

Tags: bone marrow transplant, genetic disorder, genetic testing, genetics, pregnancy, sickle cell disease (SCD), stem cells

Get answers about sickle cell disease and understand the risks associated with this inherited disorder. A pediatric hematologist discusses what you need to know.


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Are You Potty Training Too Soon?

Tags: growing pains of parenting, pediatrician, potty training series

Pushing your child to potty train early can cause bladder issues and other problems. Learn why it’s healthier not to rush.


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How NFL’s ‘Deflategate’ Can Aid Your Kids’ Decision-Making

Tags: cheating and lies, growing pains of parenting, sports, youth sports

If you’re a parent, situations like these provide a good opportunity to talk with your children about doing the right thing, Real-life examples can vividly illustrate to your children how ethical dilemmas play out.


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Kids’ Fevers: When to Worry, When to Relax

Tags: Be Well e-News, dehydration, fever, seizure

Fevers are scary for parents, but inevitable for kids. Learn which temperatures signal a fever for your child, when to call the doctor, when to keep your cool, and what to do in the rare cases when a seizure occurs.


Your Child’s Fevers: 5 Common Myths Debunked

Your Child’s Fevers: 5 Common Myths Debunked

Tags: cold, fever, fevers, flu, immune system

A fever may not mean your child is seriously ill. Learn these five truths to ease your mind about childhood fevers.


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5 Best Safety Tips for Babies, Toddlers at Tub Time

Tags: bathing, child safety, dry skin, eczema, growing pains, skin allergies, urinary tract infection, yeast infection

There are several key steps you can take to make sure your baby or toddler is safe while taking a bath. Start with a good dose of common sense and stir these 5 tips into the mix.


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Newest Research Finds No Link Between MMR Vaccine, Autism

Tags: autism, autism spectrum disorders (ASD), brain health, genetics, growing pains of parenting, measles-mumps-rubella (MMR), study, vaccines

A new study published by the Journal of the American Medical Association finds the MMR vaccination has no association to the development of autism -- even among children who are at higher risk for the disorder.


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Is Your Child Ready for a Sleepover? 6 Steps to Avoid Anxiety

Tags: anxiety, growing pains of parenting, separation anxiety, sleep, sleep disorders

Parents can take simple steps to soothe a young child’s fears and anxieties over sleeping at a friend’s house for the first time.