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It happens every 45 minutes. A laundry packet is swallowed or burst open by a small child. And the consequences can be serious. What can parents do to keep their child safe?
Laundry detergent packets may let you complete a task faster and give you more time to spend with your kids, but that extra time isn’t worth the risk.
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It's a hot topic around the world. Here's what you need to know about Zika Virus: http://bit.ly/1nIxWlb
Zika Virus is a hot topic around the world right now. Here’s what you need to know: What is Zika Virus? Recently, the number of Zika cases in Brazil has increased significantly and we are now seeing increased presence of the virus in Mexico and South America. This is not a new virus. Scientists discovered this virus in 1947 in Uganda. It is a common virus in parts of Africa, Asia, Pacific Islands and parts of South America. Most often, transmissi...
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Does your infant practice tummy time? Here's why it is so important: http://bit.ly/1n5CcLa
Tummy time is one of the most important activities you can do with your newborn. Learn why tummy time is important and how it helps your baby's development.
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RSV is the most common reason for infant hospitalizations. So why have you never heard of it? http://bit.ly/1mvDXRE
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) infects almost every child at least once before the age of 2. Here's what you need to know if your child is affected.
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Is your New Year's Resolution to get in shape? Check out these great tips for starting an exercise program and sticking to it! http://bit.ly/1mm49ht
With a new year come the standard resolutions we all make: Lose weight and start exercising. Sounds good, right? Well, I want to come clean right from the start. I hate exercising. I am not one of those “fitness nuts” that you would expect to write one of these blog posts. I do not enjoy jogging around the neighborhood or having the man on the DVD tell me to do another set. I’m not saying those techniques are the wrong way to go. They are jus...
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A very Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday Season to all!
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Does your child often have nosebleeds? Here are 5 tips on how to best stop a nosebleed from our ENT specialists: http://bit.ly/1opC5uB
Parents: Do you know the right way to stop a nosebleed? Here are some tips about caring for nosebleeds and when it’s time to get your pediatrician involved.
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How to talk to your kids about differences: http://bit.ly/1Ov6RrV
Everyone is unique and different. Here are a few tips on how to help your child talk about and acknowledge differences in a compassionate and polite way.
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Chances are, someone in your house has a cough right now. So what's all that hacking mean? http://bit.ly/1Odr2ue
Right now, there is probably at least one person in your household that has a cough. Coughs are often associated with the common cold and there’s little you can do, other than try to ease the symptoms. However, a lot of coughing, especially in babies under four months old, could be a sign of a serious illness. Here’s what to listen for: BARKING COUGH. The distinctive ‘seal bark’ cough of croup is caused by inflammation of the voice box and throat...
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When a child has a fever, parents have lots of questions: How high is too high? When should I give my child medicine? When should I call the doctor? We have answers to the most commonly asked fever questions: http://bit.ly/1O6DDPX
There are a few of the most common questions that parents have for their doctors when it comes to fevers. Learn more in our latest 700 Children's blog post.
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"Family” means different things to different people. Being in a foreign country for a year while your child battles brain cancer can mean putting your trust and hope into the hands of strangers. It can mean extending the bounds of what you know to be family. We are honored to be a part of Agustin’s. http://bit.ly/1QQH0QL
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We love this photo of sweet Jonathan & Santa! Thinking of all our #patients who are in the hospital this #holiday.
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When your child needs a hospital, everything matters.
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Everything matters to us. Because when it's your child, everything matters to you. It's an approach to caring that produces remarkable results throughout Nationwide Children's Hospital. In The Heart Center, Neonatology, Gastroenterology, Hematology/Oncology, in all of our clinical programs. We're changing the lives of the children who come through our doors today. And in the process, we're also defining the future of pediatrics and how care will be provided for generations to come.
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Nationwide Children's Hospital 700 Childrens Drive Columbus, Ohio 43205