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Stalking and Harassment: What to Do If Your Child Is Being Threatened

Posted by: Tamara Mapp on Aug 16, 2018

Stalking is a repeated pattern of behavior that includes following, watching or harassing a specific person. It occurs over a period of time and could be defined as threatening behavior. Most importantly, stalking is a crime.

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700 Children’s features the most current pediatric health care information and research from our pediatric experts – physicians and specialists who have seen it all. Many of them are parents and bring a special understanding to what our patients and families experience. If you have a child – or care for a child – 700 Children’s was created especially for you.

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Back to School: How to Get Your Kids Ready for the Year Ahead

Aug 07, 2018

Summer has flown by and, seemingly out of nowhere, it’s time to prepare the kids to head back to school – a transition that can be tough on caregivers and kids, alike. Read More

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Febrile Seizures: What Are They and Can They Be Prevented?

Aug 02, 2018

Febrile seizures are the most common type of seizure in children, but that doesn’t make it any less stressful when it happens to your child. Read about the different kinds of febrile seizures and when it may be necessary for your child to see a pediatric neurologist. Read More

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Aug 01, 2018

Convenience seldom plays a role in the timing of your child’s illness or injury. Take the sudden earache at 3 in the morning…or a fall down the stairs on a Sunday afternoon. Sporting injuries are more likely in the evening or on a weekend. Read More

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Broken Fingers: Why They Need Special Treatment and Care

Jul 31, 2018

Find out why a finger fracture is unique, tips for adjusting and why your child always needs care for a swollen, injured finger. Read More

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The Importance of Having a Relationship With Your Child's Pediatrician

Jul 27, 2018

Find out why seeing a pediatric primary care provider (PCP) - a physician or nurse practitioner who knows your child best - is crucial to your child’s health.  Read More

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NPO: What Can Kids Eat and Drink Before Surgery?

Jul 25, 2018

Learn more about what your child can eat and drink before surgery. Read More

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Promoting Healing: Why Dancers Should Practice Active Rest

Jul 23, 2018

There are many activities that dancers can do that will promote healing without having to completely stop doing what they love. Parents, dance instructors, physical therapists and doctors can highlight active rest to encourage young dancers to encourage them to discuss their injury and pain. Read More

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Food Sensitivity Tests: The Pitfalls of Home Testing Kits

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At-home tests are being marketed as a convenient way to determine food sensitivity. Read what our allergy expert has to say about what these tests can and can't do. Read More