Measles, Mumps, Rubella – Oh My!

Why should we vaccinate? From a growing  2019 measles outbreak in Seattle, the Centers for Disease Control now reports outbreaks in Washington and New York states, with more reported cases…

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Survive school stress! Part II

We continue our series on how to help kids (and parents) cope with stress. In middle school and high school, expectations rise. Dr. Ellen Shrouf, psychologist at the University Health…

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Back to school!?!
boy makes a face before boarding a school bus. He is not ready to go back to school. He is looking at the camera. His hands are on his hips.

Back to school!?!

The summer break zipped right by — although it seems to have left the near-100 degree heat behind as a reminder. Area school districts have either started classes or will…

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Not just a bump on the head

Whether it’s from football, soccer or even cheerleading, the number of concussions in student athletes is on the rise. So, what can you do to protect your kids from getting…

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