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  • A Parent’s Guide to Healthy Holidays

    A Parent’s Guide to Healthy Holidays0

    By Melissa Willette Thanksgiving and the winter holidays create many of our best family memories. It’s also the time of year when long car rides, cross-country air travel, and large family gatherings disrupt our children’s normal routines, making them more susceptible to sickness and fatigue. They often overeat, sleep less — especially when staying up late

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  • Research: Playing Multiple Sports Benefits Young Athletes More Than Focusing on Just One

    Research: Playing Multiple Sports Benefits Young Athletes More Than Focusing on Just One0

    By Dr. Lynn Pantuosco-Hensch As fall sports are winding down, I am updating the color-coded family calendar that highlights the sports commitments for each of my four children. Although I coached three of my boys’ soccer teams this fall, winter and spring will be even busier as we navigate hockey, basketball, lacrosse, and baseball. We are

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  • Understanding Secondary Infertility

    Understanding Secondary Infertility0

    By Nina Resetkova, MD As a fertility doctor, I see many instances in which women who have been able to get pregnant in the past are unexpectedly having trouble conceiving a second (or third) time around. For some, it has been a few years since their last child was born, and they are now doing many

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