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Understanding Anxiety in Children

Understanding Anxiety in Children

By Kathleen Miller, MD Pediatrician at Fishers Pediatrics If you’re a parent, it’s likely you’ve witnessed some form of anxiety in your kids. Whether it’s separation anxiety when leaving them with a babysitter or being nervous about a big test, worries and fears are a natural part of childhood development. For parents, it’s never easy […]

Maintain—Don’t Gain

Maintain—Don’t Gain

By Katie Boscia, RD, IBCLC, CDE ‘Tis the season for holiday weight gain. This year instead of gaining the average 5-12 pounds and then working it off in the new year, try to stay on top of the pounds by using the following tips. Stay Active. It’s that time of year when it gets colder […]