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Dealing With Winter Nosebleeds
It is not uncommon for children to get occasional nosebleeds, and noses albeit small, may really seem to bleed a lot.
Is Your Child Sick or Faking It?
Dr. Sue tells you some of the common ways a child tries to fake an illness.
Why Fever Is Your Child's Friend
Every parent is concerned about fever and why their child is running a fever.
Treating the Common Cold
Having a cold myself is a sobering reminder that the average cold lasts seven - 10 days and the cough may last up to two to three weeks.
Importance of Cholesterol Screening
Once again there is a lot of news about the appropriate time to screen children for lipid abnormalities.
FDA Finds Traces of Melamine in U.S. Formula
Traces of the industrial chemical melamine have been detected in samples of top-selling U.S. infant formula, but federal regulators insist the products are safe.
Keep Your Newborn at Home
As the weather gets colder, I get a lot of questions now about taking newborns "out" during their first months of infancy.
Confusion Over Cough & Cold Medicines
The confusion over cough and cold medications continues and I must admit I am a little confused too.
Pelvic Inflammation Puts Girls at Risk For More Infections
Teenage girls treated for pelvic inflammatory disease become highly vulnerable to sexually transmitted infections sometimes just weeks or months after treatment.
The First Newborn Visit
I know the office will be busy with many new babies born at the end of last week.
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