Tag: summer

Little girl scratches her skin.

Molluscum Contagiosum

Molluscum Contagiosum is a common skin infection that occurs in children. It can last from months to years, but is usually painless. If you’re unsure whether your child has Molluscum Contagiosum or not, it’s a good idea to talk to your child’s pediatrician.

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A little boy playing baseball.

There’s No Crying in Baseball!

Learning to talk about our feelings can help us cope and understand situations. Anger, a secondary emotion, can result in aggression though it might be sadness or frustration. Teaching your child to voice their feelings can reveal underlying emotions. Encouraging this type of expression can help calm your child and allow them to process their feelings.

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A mother applies sunscreen to child's nose.

Just What the Doctor Ordered: Sunshine  (with a Side of Sunscreen)

We love the summer because of the sunshine and warm weather. It’s the perfect time for children to run and play. Sun exposure can be beneficial but often causes sunburn. Knowing which kind of sunblock to use and when to use it can prevent that burning, stinging pain. Here are some tips to prevent and soothe sunburn.

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