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Together We Can Protect Our Children and Help Keep Our Community Safe

In this post, Dr. Tom Nichols MD from Ascension Wisconsin stops by to share the importance of keeping children safe and some ways to do so during the ongoing COVID-19 panemic.

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Make the Time for A Well-Child Visit this Year

Well-child visits are crucial to your children's health. In this article, Network Health quality care coordinator Tara Dontje discusses the importance and some benefits to scheduling early.

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Summer is Here. Keep Your Children Safe

In this article, Ascension family medicine practitioner Dr. Sarah Wypiszynski talks about how parents can help keep children safe during the warm, hot and bug-filled summer months.

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Vaccines are Crucial During Teenagers’ Developmental Years

Teenagers go through a tumultuous few years on the path to adulthood but it's also a crucial time to stay on top of preventative care like vaccines. Find out which ones are the most important.

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Child Immunizations—Still Important During COVID Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has put a hold on many of our typical medical appointments. Child immunizations are still important, however. Read which ones to prioritize as we round third on the pandemic safety measures.

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Back to School Means Back to the Doctor

Though the 2020 back-to-school season is set to be a very different one than usual, it is still the best time for well child visits and health screenings. Find out more.

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Fun, Family-Friendly Activities for Peaceful Homes During #SaferAtHome

Safer At Home can be hard for families, but check out these great ways to have fun while spending more time with your loved ones indoors.

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Back to School. Back to the Doctor

Back to school season brings with it plenty of cares and considerations for parents wanting to give their child the best possible school season. See why a doctor's appointment is necessary.

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Back to School Health Checklist

Back to school is an exciting time for both children and parents. Ensure your kids have the best education ahead of them with this back-to-school health checklist.

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How Much is Too Much Screen Time

All parents want the best for their children. Most work hard to make sure their children eat the right foods, go to the right schools and have friends who are positive influences.

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Halloween Safety

Halloween is the second most popular commercial holiday behind Christmas when it comes to spending. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Americans will spend about $7 billion on Halloween between decorations, costumes and candy.

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Top Tips to Prevent Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity has become a major health issue across the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), obesity now affects 17 percent of all children and adolescents in the United States. That number is three times the rate from just one generation ago.

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Stressay – An Essay About Stress from a Teenage Perspective

We have all felt it. The fear-inducing burden of stress that makes hearts race and palms sweat. The definition of stress is a specific response by the body to a stimulus, which disturbs the normal physiological equilibrium of an organism. That’s a mouthful.

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