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IVF: The Second Time Around

There was such a relief in starting this process again since it worked for us the first time. Unfortunately that is not where our struggle with fertility ends.

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Surviving the Unimaginable

Somehow the wise words of a 5-year-old and his bear-hugging hug were all I needed to help comfort me through our loss.

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Barbie Honors Healthcare Heroes with 6 New Dolls & Gives Back Throughout August

Kids everywhere will be inspired by these real-life role models!

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52 Corny Dad Jokes That Are Actually (Pretty) Funny

These ones will definitely keep your kids laughing even while rolling their eyes.

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3 Ways to Combat Postpartum Depression

“Discussing postpartum depression with your physician should absolutely be a part of your birth plan.”

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5 Things Doctors Want You to Know About Your Child’s Health

Whether your little one has a bump, scrape or break, or something more serious, keeping your kids healthy and happy is a challenge every parent faces. Luckily, when your child does need more serious care, healthcare experts specializing in tiny…

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51 Totally Goofy Birthday Jokes for Kids

Got a birthday coming soon to your household? These adorable jokes are perfect for birthday cards, lunch notes and just general laughs.

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What I Learned about Opening Up after My Son’s ASD Diagnosis

“I told myself over and over again that just because he now had the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder nothing changed. He was still the exact same amazing little boy that he was seconds before the doctor had said the words out loud.”

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What It’s like to Be Induced at 41 Weeks

“An hour-by-hour look at being induced and waiting for our little one to arrive.”

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Understanding Miscarriages: 7 Questions Answered by a Doctor

“The keys here are remembering that you are not alone in experiencing miscarriage, and that is normal and healthy to grieve your loss.”

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This Book Is an Antidote to Anti-Asian Racism & It’s Available Now

Accurate and truthful information is one way to combat ignorance and help dispel fears. This book does exactly that.

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My Baby Failed Her Genetic Screen. Here’s What Happened Next

“My doctor kept talking, but my brain only heard the words ‘abnormal’ and ‘spina bifida.’ What this would mean for our family?”

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When Everything & Nothing Changes

“Despite receiving the diagnosis I always suspected, I knew him just like I had known him from the very moment he took his first breath into the world.”

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Tiny Birth Stories: 5 Different Experiences of Being Induced

Here are five birth stories about inductions that will have you laughing, crying and nodding your head in solidarity. 

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My Son Has Oppositional Defiant Disorder & Every Day Is a Struggle—but We Manage

“I love my child with everything I’ve got, but there are times when he’s hard to like.”

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Warning: These Classic Books Have Major Racial Stereotypes

From Little House on the Prairie to Peter Pan, these tomes prove that they aren’t necessarily timeless.

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3 Parenting Trends That Are Here to Stay, According to Dr. Harvey Karp

Wondering what 2021 has in store for parents? This renowned expert weighs in.

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5 Tips for Successfully Camping with Baby

“Camping with a baby can be a bit complicated but spending a week with family, outdoors and free of distractions was worth it.”

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5 Tips to Stop Thumb Sucking from a SLP

“I saw both my boys sucking their thumbs. The SLP in me was screaming, ‘No! I can’t have two thumb suckers!’ and my mind immediately raced to ‘Open bite! Lisp!’ while the mom in me was thinking, ‘This is just too adorable—I need to take a photo to remember this moment forever.'”

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What’s Up, Doc: Choosing a Pediatrician for Your Child

On your pregnancy to do list – find an amazing pediatrician before Baby arrives. Be sure to consider these tips in your search.

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Tiny Birth Stories: We Delivered More Than Just Christmas Cookies

Here are five birth stories that will have you laughing, crying and nodding your head in solidarity. 

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Make Your Birth Plan with These Simple Steps

What is a birth plan? It’s the foundation for the birth experience you want to have, with steps laid out to help you get there. Of course, labor and delivery don’t always go as expected. But having a plan you’ve…

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What Being a Dr. Mom Has Taught Me About Gratitude

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I have the privilege of being a doctor, I have the distinct honor of taking care of people, little (very cute) people to be precise. I don’t take this task lightly but much of what…

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Getting Better Just Got Better With This Innovative Telehealth Device

TytoCare provides you with the tools you need for on-demand medical exams for your child with a board-certified physician from the comfort of your home.

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Undecided about a Home or Hospital Birth? Answering These 7 Questions Will Help

“What really matters is who does the delivery, where will the delivery be done, and how will the delivery be done but if you are still undecided about a home birth or a hospital birth, answering these 7 questions may help.”

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A Reimagining of “Doogie Howser, M.D” Is Coming to Disney+

“Doogie Kameāloha, M.D.” is coming to the streaming service in 2021.

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Sitting Pretty: 5 Perfect Picnic Spots in Atlanta

We’ve found the perfect spots for your basket and blanket.

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No Birth Plan Includes the NICU: What to Do If You Find Yourself There

“No parent imagines themselves navigating the NICU until it actually happens, but my hope is that from the journey we walked, I can help another mom or dad prepare for what navigating the NICU might look like.”

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Can Seed Cycling Help Imbalanced Hormones?

“Seed cycling involves eating certain types of seeds during certain phases of your menstrual cycle to promote a hormone balance. Once I started seed cycling, I’ve noticed fewer headaches, shorter and lighter periods, longer luteal phases, and overall increased mood and energy levels.”

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What You Need to Know to Keep Your Child’s Health on Track

Remember when your biggest worry about taking them to the doctor was whether or not they’d throw a fit over getting a lollipop flavor they didn’t like?

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What Every Parent Should Know About Doctor’s Visits Right Now

Wondering if it’s safe to take your child to the doctor during the COVID-19 crisis? Dr. Mona Patel, attending Physician in the Division of General Pediatrics at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, shares her advice.

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Struggling to Get Pregnant? Your Progesterone Levels May Be to Blame

“Understanding the importance of progesterone and the most effective ways to test for it can empower you with valuable information and help your better advocate for yourself on your TTC journey.”

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Expert Prenatal Care Right in Your Own Home

Prenatal visits from home? Sign us up!

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Having a Baby during COVID? 5 Questions to Ask Your Doctor Now

“Too often, obstetricians make decisions for their patients without consulting them. I want to provide women with the information they need to take part in these decisions and take charge of their health and pregnancies.”

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