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The Link Between Speech Development and Lip and Tongue-Tie Conditions

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Babbling is a child’s natural way of attempting to communicate at first. Typically, children begin speaking words between 18-24 months. You will notice your child experimenting with sounds and connecting them with meaning. Eventually, the babble turn... Read full article

Why Does My Child Have Difficulty Eating?

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Is your child having difficulty eating? Is he or she a picky eater? Lip and tongue-tie conditions might be the reason. Learn more and contact us today.... Read full article

Why is My Baby Underweight?

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Is your baby underweight? Poor growth development and malnourishment are common symptoms of infant lip and tongue-tie conditions. Learn more about these infant health issues today.... Read full article

Breastfeeding Pain: Is your baby struggling to feed?

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Breastfeeding pain could be caused by a number of issues including infant lip and tongue-tie conditions. Before resorting to the bottle, seek a professional consultation to uncover the true underlying cause.... Read full article

What Prepared Parents Bring to the Emergency Department

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As a parent, an unexpected trip to the Emergency Department can be extremely stressful, unpredictable and even scary, but, being prepared can help keep your focus where it needs to be, on your child. No matter the nature of the emergency, being under... Read full article

Improving Your Baby’s Quality of Life with Lip and Tongue-Tie Treatment

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Infants struggling with breastfeeding can be a sign of lip and tongue-tie conditions. Parents can overlook these oral issues which result in future complications. Fortunately, CO2 laser treatment is the best method for correcting these conditions.... Read full article

Button Battery Safety - Lithium Coin Batteries Poise Health Risks to Children

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Keeping children and kids safe with button sized lithium batteries can be a challenge with young inquisitive minds seeing shiny, sparkly smooth items perfect to try in the mouth.... Read full article

Boosters and the back seat: Car seat safety is important for kids of all ages!

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Making sure the time is right to transition a child to to a booster seat is essential for child safety while driving.... Read full article

Child Accidental Medication Overdose

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Helping to prevent accidental medication overdose by children... Read full article

Hoverboard Safety for Kids

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Safety advice from Boston Children's Hospital on Hoverboard safety... Read full article

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