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Your Child Is Diagnosed With Cancer: What do you do?

By Sharon Ferraro, Co-Founder

Make sure your child feels secure and thinks you are confident to take care of this new situation. A young child might not notice your ... Continue Reading

4 New Year’s Resolutions For Your Child’s Teeth

By Rishita Jaju, DMD

The New Year is a time to reset and start fresh. It is the perfect time to start resolutions for healthier habits. This year, we ... Continue Reading

Coping With Loss: Helping Children Celebrate the Holidays

By Amy Stapleton, MS, LCPC, NBCC

Adults play an important role in helping children grieve, especially during the holidays when emotions and reminders of a loss can feel more intense. The ... Continue Reading

Discoloration Of Children’s Teeth

By April Toyer, DDS

Many parents are naturally concerned that their child’s teeth have become yellow or discolored. It is normal for permanent teeth to be slightly darker than ... Continue Reading

Children Need Cheerleaders Encouraging Our Children

By Janet V. Johnson, MD

Through encouragement and love a person can succeed and excel thereby building their self-esteem. By continuously encouraging our children and telling them “I see that ... Continue Reading

Back To School Tips For Parents

By Janet V. Johnson, MD

Ensuring a new school year gets off to a good start can influence children's attitude, confidence, and performance both socially and academically. This transition from ... Continue Reading

Chiropractic Care For Your Child

By Alicia Kovach, DC

Today, we find that parents are bringing their children to chiropractors for day-to-day health concerns. We're all familiar with allergies, bed-wetting, asthma, colic, ear infections, ... Continue Reading

Caring For Your Children's Feet

By Howard Horowitz, DPM

You worry about your children's teeth, eyes, and other parts of the body. But what do you do about your child's feet those still-developing feet ... Continue Reading

Children and Computer Vision Syndrome

By Mescheca C. Bunyon, OD

Computer use has become a routine part of kids' lives. About 90% of school-aged children in the U.S. have access to a computer. And kids ... Continue Reading

Keeping Our Children Safe

By Janet V. Johnson, MD

Here are eight things you can do to protect your children from getting injuries Supervise children at all times and intervene when there is inappropriate ... Continue Reading