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Does colic require medical attention?

Should you seek medical care for your baby's colic? Find out here.

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Winnie Palmer Hospital

Nurse on crusade for 'preemie pacifiers'

A nurse is hoping a special "preemie pacifier" she developed will be available to comfort every baby.

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The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Study: Kids with autism do better if parents are trained

A recent study shows that parents of children with autism spectrum disorder who were taught specific behavior management skills saw a dramatic improvement in their child’s behavior.

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Healthy breakfast: Quick, flexible options

Check out some healthy breakfast options your whole family will enjoy.

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Children and screen time: How much is too much?

How much time should your child spend each day watching TV, movies or playing on a smartphone or computer? Find out here.

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Natural acne treatment: What's most effective?

For teens battling acne, find out what natural treatments work best.

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Seasonal allergies: Nip them in the bud

Try these strategies to keep your seasonal allergy symptoms under control this spring.

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Lead exposure: Tips to protect your child

Get tips on how to protect your child from lead exposure.

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Resources

Whole Foods Market Healthy Eating

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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.

Whole Foods Market School & Family Resource Center

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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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