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Is Your Child Getting Enough Vitamin D?

Is Your Child Getting Enough Vitamin D? The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends a daily intake of 400IU of vitamin D for all infants, children, and adolescents. This should begin in the first few days of life. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin made by your skin after exposure to sunlight. You can also get …

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Swim Safety Tips

As summer approaches, like many families, you may be planning a trip to your favorite beach or pool. But before you put on your bathing suit and sunscreen, reviewing water safety for your children is a must. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), water safety is a multi-faceted system of prevention with the …

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Adult and Pediatric Urgent Care

Pediatric and Medical Associates follows the national asthma guidelines for standard of care. There are varying degrees of asthma severity and therefore a range of guidelines for follow up visits. Every asthmatic should be seen at least once yearly for an asthma focused appointment to review medications, dosing and for an assessment of asthma control. …

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Finding The Right Connecticut Pediatricians

Qualities to Look for in Your Child’s Doctor You are in your third trimester and, like your belly, your “to-do” list doesn’t seem to be shrinking any. And although it is perfectly acceptable to wait until your baby’s birthday to know the sex or to pick your baby’s name, it is too late to start …

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