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Sleep

Sleep is as important for children as it is for their parents. Children need adequate sleep for brain development, memory, learning and physical wellness. Parents also need sleep to be at their best. Read More about “Sleep”

Administering medication

There are times you're going to need to give your baby medication. Here are tips on how to get the medicine go down in the most delightful way.

Sunblock

Research shows that putting sunscreen on your child's face, neck and arms as part of getting dressed in the morning can significantly reduce the risk of skin cancer when they are older.

Eugene Pediatrics and Thrive Behavioral Health recognized as 5 Star Patient-Centered Primary Care Home

Eugene Pediatrics and Thrive Behavioral Health are the recipients of the highest rating available to a primary care clinic by the Oregon Health Authority. We are now a 5 Star Patient-Centered Primary Care Home. Only a handful of pediatric clinics in the state of Oregon have earned this recognition. We are our region's only 5 Star pediatric clinic with its own fully integrated team of behavioral health specialists and social workers.

Aug 20th, 2020|From Dr. B|

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Life jackets are an important part of playing safe around open water. 🌊 But not all jackets are created equal. Be sure to choose a U.S. Coast Guard-approved life jacket that is right for your childs weight and water activity. Fasten all straps, zippers and buckles for a snug fit. Check the fit by lifting up the shoulders of the jacket. If the life jacket hits your childs chin or ears, its too big.

Life jackets are an important part of playing safe around open water. 🌊 But not all jackets are created equal. Be sure to choose a U.S. Coast Guard-approved life jacket that is right for your child's weight and water activity. Fasten all straps, zippers and buckles for a snug fit. Check the fit by lifting up the shoulders of the jacket. If the life jacket hits your child's chin or ears, it's too big. ... See MoreSee Less

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So the picture is an example of poorly fitting life jackets?

I feel like all life jackets hit their chin when you pull up on it. Like in the picture here?

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