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Cold Weather Safety for Children

Cold Weather Safety for Children

Ensure your child’s safety this winter by dressing them in layers, including long underwear, sweaters, coats, thick socks, snow boots, waterproof gloves, and a hat to cover their ears. Don’t forget to take regular breaks, keep them hydrated, and apply sunscreen for extra protection

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Talking to Your Kids About Social Media Safety

Talking to Your Kids About Social Media Safety

There are so many questions to address when it comes to your kids and what they do online, whether on their computer, phone, or tablet. The news is littered with stories of children and teenagers who are bullied on social media, and you no doubt want to protect your...

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Flu and COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics and Appointments

Flu and COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics and Appointments

Our walk-in clinic will be on October 29th, 8 AM - 11 AM, at our Lee's Summit Facility, 1425 NW Blue Parkway, for our patients whom we have seen in the last two years! Flu Shot and Flu Mist are available! We have COVID Primary series for 6 mo - 4 years, 5 years- 11...

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Tips to Have a Safe Halloween with Kids

Tips to Have a Safe Halloween with Kids

What a great time of year: the air is crisp, the leaves are showing off their brilliant colors, and we’re edging up on the holiday season. If you’re like most families, you love Halloween. Houses are decorated, parties are held, costumes are chosen, and then all that...

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5 Tips to Successfully Navigate the 2022 Flu Season

5 Tips to Successfully Navigate the 2022 Flu Season

Has your family been hit by flu or cold yet this year? Although the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic seems to be behind us, there are still viruses and bacteria in the air. Whether it’s battling the 2022 flu season, managing a common cold, or dealing with something like...

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Do You Have an Asthma Action Plan for Your Child?

Do You Have an Asthma Action Plan for Your Child?

When you have a child with asthma, there are certain accommodations you must make to manage it. One of the things that too many parents don’t have is an asthma action plan. This is imperative for people of any age, and as a parent of a child with asthma, you should...

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Healthy Tips for College Freshmen

Healthy Tips for College Freshmen

Heading off to college is a big adventure and can cause excitement and stress—along with a host of other emotions—for parents and students alike. You can help your college freshmen be successful in class and in life by talking to them about how important their choices...

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Understanding Your Child’s Growth and Development Milestones

Understanding Your Child’s Growth and Development Milestones

As a parent, your primary goal is to raise healthy, happy children. That’s why you take them to the pediatrician for regular checkups, provide them with proper nutrition, give them age-appropriate toys, and smother them with love and opportunities to grow their little...

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Pediatric Heart Health

Pediatric Heart Health

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s natural that we think about hearts, flowers, and chocolates. But what about heart health, and in particular pediatric heart health? That might not be something that enters your thoughts often, but it is something you...

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