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Baby Fell Off the Bed and Hit Their Head? Here’s What To Look For
Even with all of your best intentions, sometimes, babies fall. And rarely, it can cause a serious situation. Learn the difference between when to go to the ER and when you can wait it out.
How Serious Are Heart Murmurs in Children?
A heart murmur diagnosis in children can cause parents anxiety, but the diagnosis is actually pretty common and doesn’t necessarily indicate an issue. Pediatric cardiologists offer reassuring facts.
10 Tips for Dealing With Sibling Rivalry
Everybody fights with their siblings when they’re young, but that’s because kids will compete for attention and admiration. Here’s how you can help stop sibling rivalry so your kids work better together.
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