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NYT: 18 AND UNDER: When to Worry if a Child Has Too Few Words

NYT: 18 AND UNDER: When to Worry if a Child Has To...

18 AND UNDER: When to Worry if a Child Has Too Few Words New York Times, February 8, 2010 This NY Times article discusses the delicate matter of childhood speech development and when parents should begin to scrutinize their son or daughter’s progress with finding their voice. The story is told primarily from the pediatrician’s standpoint, explaining the necessity of asking parents the standard questions about...
“What the hell is that?” So, Your Child Has a Hemangioma

“What the hell is that?” So, Your Chil...

Note: I’m not a pediatrician or dermatologist, but most of what I write here is information gathered from real doctors.  All situations are different, please always consult your physician when making decisions about your child’s health. My daughter was born with a hemangioma on the left cheek of her face and as of this posting it still appears somewhat prominently. Figured it would be helpful to post our...

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