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Child care

It’s normal for new parents to feel a tug on the heartstrings when they leave their baby with someone else for the first time. Whether returning to work or trying to find some time together, many new parents face this challenge. Read More about “Child care”

Taking a temperature

If you need to take your child's temperature but he or she is not cooperative or too young for an oral thermometer, here are recommendations on how to do it.

Cell phone use

Teens and tweens spend a lot of time on cell phones these days, often at the expense of personal interaction. Try these tips for curbing cell phone use.

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Eugene Pediatrics seeks to support organizations in our community that work to benefit children and families. Parenting Now is definitely one of those organizations. Recently, we visited the Baby Connection program, where Debbie Jensen and a team of knowledgeable volunteers offer a weekly, drop-in support group for moms and dads. bit.ly/2JiaUky ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Kelly there's our girl at 1:36