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Foods to avoid during pregnancy

Find out what foods you should avoid during your pregnancy to protect you and your baby.

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How to treat hand, foot and mouth disease

With school back in session, kids are at risk for various contagious illnesses, including hand, foot and mouth disease.

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15 healthiest foods for your kids

A healthy diet is extremely important for kids' development. Check out 15 healthy food options for your children.

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How is autism spectrum disorder diagnosed?

Find out how autism spectrum disorder is diagnosed in children, and what tests and observations are commonly done.

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Whole grains: Hearty options for a healthy diet

Find out why it's important to include whole grains in your healthy diet.

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Back to school: Develop good dental hygiene

Make sure your kids are following proper dental hygiene to reduce their risk of oral infection.

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Keeping kids in sports

To fight childhood obesity it's important for kids to be involved in sports. But occasionally, kids might lose interest and want to quit. See tips here on how to keep your kids in sports.

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Back to school: Healthy lunch line, after-school snacks

As kids prepare to head back to school, take a look at some healthy snack options.

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A healthier you is within reach. Follow our Four Pillars of Healthy Eating and get the building blocks to a better you.

Bend Memorial Clinic Pediatrics

Children are not small adults. They have unique health care needs that require special skill, attention and a whole lot of TLC. Our Pediatricians take the time to really get to know your kids, whether they’re infants, toddlers, big kids or teenagers.

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Only 2% of children eat enough fresh fruits and vegetables, and the typical elementary student receives just 3.4 hours of nutrition education each year. School gardens can make a difference.



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