Pediatrics

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Why Is My Child Regressing?

: A Henry Ford pediatrician explains childhood regression -- when a child reverts to behaviors they'd grown out of or backslides on developmental milest...

concussion prevention in student athletes
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How To Be Proactive About Concussions In Student Athletes

: Concussions are one of the most common sports injuries - and one of the most concerning. A sports neurologist offers tips for parents on preventing th...

teen athlete sleeping
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7 Sleeping Tips for Your Student Athlete

: During a busy sports season, here's how to help your student athlete get better sleep.

baby safety product recall
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Children's Product Safety: What Parents Should Know

: How to stay on top of product safety and recalls for child and baby gear.

baby sleeping
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Cosleeping: Tips for Sleep Safety

: A pediatrician explains the controversy around bed sharing and offers safe cosleeping tips for parents.

mother kissing new baby
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Baby Blues Vs Postpartum Depression: How To Tell The Difference

: If you're experiencing sadness or mood swings after having a baby, how do you know if it's the baby blues or postpartum depression? A certified nurse ...

child nose
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Did Your Child Put A Small Object Where It Doesn’t Belong?

: A Henry Ford expert explains what to do when your child puts a foreign object in his nose, mouth or ears.

sick baby
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Protecting Your Young Child From RSV

: Respiratory Syncytial Virus, or RSV, is common virus that can be one of many causes of the common cold. It is especially dangerous for infants and sma...

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Measles Outbreak: Your Questions Answered

: A Henry Ford pediatrician answers frequently asked questions about the increase in measles outbreaks across the country and how you can protect your c...

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