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Healthy Eating

What about Juice?

Say NO to Juice In addition to avoiding soda and fruit drinks, our pediatricians recommend avoiding all juice — even... Read more ›

Constipation Frustration: A Dietary Approach to Your Child’s Bathroom Woes

Many parents worry that their child is not going to the bathroom enough and may wonder what they should do... Read more ›

Steps to Food Acceptance: A Practical Guide for Helping Your Picky Eater

Chances are your child doesn’t love every food he tries — and that’s normal! But when picky eating becomes a problem,... Read more ›

How to Make the Grade When It Comes to School Lunches

“I had pizza.” “I don’t like school lunch.” “I didn’t eat lunch.” Do these words sound familiar? As parents, you... Read more ›

Raising Healthy Eaters

To raise healthy eaters, consider adopting the Division of Responsibility when feeding your children. The Division of Responsibility clearly separates... Read more ›

Breastfeeding Concerns

Although experts agree that breastfeeding is the best option for babies, it does come with its own set of challenges.... Read more ›

To Breastfeed or Not To Breastfeed?

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that babies should be breastfed exclusively during the first 6 months of life.... Read more ›

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