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Never Too Young to Read

Studies have shown that children who are exposed to reading books at home have stronger activation in the parts of their brain associated with language processing, comprehension, and imagination. These children also enter school with better language and literacy skills and tend to have stronger parent-child bonds when compared to children who are not read to on a routine basis.

No FluMist For This Flu Season

  The flu season is fast approaching. Though it seems as though last year’s flu season just ended, the time to start vaccinating against the flu for this winter is already upon us. With this, however, there comes a change for the 2016-2017 Flu vaccine recommendations. As pediatricians and parents to young children, we have...
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No FluMist For This Flu Season

The flu season is fast approaching. Though it seems as though last year’s flu season just ended, the time to start vaccinating against the flu for this winter is already upon us. With this, however, there comes a change for the 2016-2017 Flu vaccine recommendations. As pediatricians and parents to young children, we have enjoyed...
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