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Children with ADHD are at a significantly greater risk for substance abuse problems than other children Learn the questions to ask before considering medication- See more at: http://blog.childrensdayton.org/7-questions-to-ask-before-using-adhd-meds/#sthash.wRVQx70P.dpuf

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It's sports physical time! Learn where NOT to go for these exams and why it's important to visit your primary care physician! http://blog.childrensdayton.org/what-you-need-to-know-about-sports-physicals/

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Do you know the 5 R's of education? Learn more from our Dr. Mom Squad about why it is so important to read to kids even at a very young age! http://blog.childrensdayton.org/why-im-the-nerdy-aunt/

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Dayton Children’s provides expert care for patients with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. These two diseases are very different from one another, and they require different kinds of care. Learn more at http://www.childrensdayton.org/cms/dayton-childrens-services/endocrinology-diabetes/diabetes/index.html

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Check out what makes this cancer survivor so special! 

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Did you know that Dayton Children's has a walk-in fracture clinic once a week? Learn more http://www.childrensdayton.org/cms/dayton-childrens-services/orthopaedic-fracture-clinic/index.html

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In 2012, Grant Craft spent 20 days in intensive care at Dayton Children's after he was accidently run over by a lawnmower. Today, Grant has made a 95 percent recovery. To look at him, you would never know that he almost had his arm amputated, the lawnmower blade tore nearly all of the skin off of his right leg and his heel was severed. Thanks to the care team of surgeons, nurses, even dietary workers at Dayton Children’s, Grant emerged from a horrible situation, changed by his experiences.
 
Read his story... http://www.childrensdayton.org/cms/sucess_stories/grantcraft/index.html
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