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My son, Tyler, has always been independent and confident. So much so, that our family joked that we could put him on a plane by himself to China at the › Continue Reading

The post Peanut Oral Immunotherapy: How it Gave Us Peace of Mind appeared first on Cincinnati Children's Blog.

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Acne is a very frequent problem in adolescence. Up to 85% of teens and young adults will develop it at some point in their lives. Even though it is so › Continue Reading

The post 5 Myths About Acne in Adolescents and Teens appeared first on Cincinnati Children's Blog.

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The role of strength training in youth sports has long been a point of contention among parents, coaches and even doctors. Much of that has to do with a lack › Continue Reading

The post Why Strength Training Is Important For Young Athletes appeared first on Cincinnati Children's Blog.

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I think most parents would agree that talking about sex and sexting with your child – regardless of the age – can be awkward. It may be tempting to put › Continue Reading

The post Sex and Sexting: Talk About It with Your Kids Early and Often appeared first on Cincinnati Children's Blog.

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Catesby is our 14-year-old son who literally lives for sports. It is his identity. As a child who successfully deals with dyslexia, his main outlet is sports, the number one sport › Continue Reading

The post Invisible Battle with Concussions – Catesby’s Recovery appeared first on Cincinnati Children's Blog.

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There is nothing better than opening the windows after a long, cold winter and feeling the warm, spring breeze flow through your house. But it is also the time of › Continue Reading

The post Reminders for Preventing Window Falls in Spring and Summer appeared first on Cincinnati Children's Blog.

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There is certainly no shortage of dieting, health, and nutrition advice out there today.  Making sense of it all can be challenging.  As a parent, when you decide you want › Continue Reading

The post 8 Practical Ways to Start A Low Glycemic Diet for Kids appeared first on Cincinnati Children's Blog.

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My son, Andy, is in seventh grade. He has blond hair, blue eyes and plays baseball. He also happens to stutter. While Andy has been in speech therapy for most › Continue Reading

The post Stuttering Is A Part of My Son’s Life, But it Doesn’t Define Him appeared first on Cincinnati Children's Blog.

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The first year of a baby’s life is full of exciting milestones and parenting challenges. A baby’s first solid food experience is often a little of both! When I’m talking › Continue Reading

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Cancer in everyone – from infants to the elderly – is complicated. However, cancer in adolescents and young adults (AYA) presents a particularly unique set of challenges. This group, defined › Continue Reading

The post The Challenges of Cancer Therapy in Adolescents and Young Adults appeared first on Cincinnati Children's Blog.

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