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Does your child snore? If so, have your discussed their snoring with your pediatrician? A new study published in Pediatrics supported the routine screening and tracking of snoring among preschoolers. Pediatricians should routinely be inquiring about...
Tags: Sleep Apnea
When a young child comes down with a cold — congestion, a scratchy sore throat and runny nose, maybe with greenish goo — many parents head straight for the drugstore for a bottle of children's cold medicine. Don't bother. It's worth it...
The recommended schedule of vaccines for children is safe and has done much to dramatically lower the incidence of devastating illnesses, according to a new national scientific study that was partly led by a Northwestern University professor....
Tags: Children's Health, Diphtheria , Politics, Family, Medical Research
Ten-year-old Francisco Steib rarely sits through an entire dinner at home. There's still food on everyone's plate when he starts to get fidgety and has to get up. Francisco, a Lakeview resident who was diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity...
Parul Bhatia, a pediatrician at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, remembers the patient well. The girl was 3 years old and profoundly deaf. Even though she had failed a hearing test at birth, she hadn’t been treated for hearing loss....
During the first half of the 20th century, pediatricians generally believed that children's eye problems were largely self-corrective — that a child would grow out of his or her crossed eyes or poor vision. But they were wrong. Unless a vision...
email@example.comThe New Year has been a busy time at the Community Arts Center thanks to its annual blockbuster exhibit, which inhabits the entire building and explores the artistic and educational components of a specific theme. This year, the arts center will be...
Tags: Arts, Artists, Arts and Culture, Medical Specialization, Travel
Staff WritersManagement practices at El Centro Regional Medical Center have come under fire in an anonymous letter recently forwarded to the hospital’s board of directors, other city officials and the Imperial Valley Press with “unethical or unlawful...
HealthThere are all sorts of stories lurking in the piles of data compiled by government and scientific researchers, but you don't need to be Sherlock Holmes to see some major implications in the birth data reported recently in the journal Pediatrics. According...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Tanning facilities often given inconsistent or incorrect information about the risks associated with indoor tanning and may let kids as young as 10 or 12 tan, according to a new study from Missouri. Although the U.S. Food...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - There's no evidence that checking kids' and teens' blood pressure - and treating them if it's high - can reduce their heart risks in adulthood, according to a new analysis. What's more, researchers found blood pressure tests...
Staff WritersGroundhog Job Shadow Day was celebrated by agencies and businesses across the Imperial Valley on Friday in hopes students would see themselves as future members of the workforce. Through the national initiative, 10th- through 12th-grade students had...
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