Monthly Archives: January 2016

Constipation and Bedwetting

If your child has struggled with hard stools and constipation or wetting accidents during the day or night, check out this book with explanations and home strategies.

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Zika Virus

The CDC has issued travel advisories for couples planning on starting or adding to their families and for pregnant women. The Zika virus has been linked to infections and birth defects. Women who are pregnant or may be pregnant should … Continue reading

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Student Volunteer Work with ReSurge

Dr. Asta is looking to collaborate with a high school or college student to develop a booklet to be used with families and patients undergoing reconstructive surgery at ReSurge partner sites world-wide. You should be skilled in InDesign or comparable … Continue reading

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Better Breakfast

Looking to move the morning offerings at your house in a healthier direction? The Center for Science in the Public Interest has lots on information. They rate various breakfast options here. There’s also information about better breakfast_cereal and hot_cereal too.

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Prescription Drug Coupons?

Tempted by coupons offered to reduce the cost of prescription drugs? The following was forwarded to a pediatrician listserv: Copay coupons don’t bring savings Drugmakers spent about $7 billion last year to distribute copay coupons and drug discount cards, according … Continue reading

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Easy Care Hours

Easy Care Hours Monday-Friday 8:45 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. Monday-Thursday 4:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Walk In Patients seen First Come, First Served These times are reserved for single problems that started less than a week ago. Example: cold, sore … Continue reading

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