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Here are the top ten articles for the Pediatrics Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. When to worry about a baby's head growth
A baby's head circumference is measured at every visit for the first year of life. What do the measurements mean? When to worry? Are growth charts accurate?
2. Should you get a Trampoline?
Backyard trampolines are a favorite amongst kids and adults alike. However, research, statistics, and pure medical experience tells us that they are detrimental to our children's health and well-being. Check out the facts.
3. Babies With Small Heads. Should you worry?
Some babies are born with small heads but size is only one factor in determining if there may be a problem.
4. When Should Your Child see the Doctor
How sick is too sick? When should you take your little one in to the Emergency, the doctor, or just stay home and wait it out?
5. Olivier Soaps All Natural Skin Care
If what we put on our skin absorbs into our system, shouldn't we take as much care with what we put on our bodies as what we put in them? Olivier soaps hand makes skin care products with not one chemical in them. All of their ingredients are natural, and based on Olive Oil. Read more here.
6. Pediatrics Word Games
Test your pediatric knowledge with 3 popular word games: Hangman, Word Scramble, Word Search
7. Disruptive Child and Tactile Defensiveness
Pulling your hair out over your unreasonable and disruptive child? Can't understand what his problem is? Don't overlook underlying health causes, especially tactile defensiveness and sensory defensiveness. Learn how they work and what you can do to make life better for you and your family.
8. Outdoor Safety: Fun in Motion
As the weather warms up, our kids dust off their bikes and back yard pools start getting prepared for another summer season. Anything on wheels or involving water can be dangerous but those dangers can easily be avoided with a bit of information and preparation.
9. Coping with Tactile and Sensory Defensiveness
So now you've got a good idea that your disruptive child's behavior is caused by tactile defensiveness or sensory defensiveness. What do you do about it? Processes, coping mechanisms, appropriate responses, and other practical ways to reduce your child's pain and eliminate disruption...
10. Power Struggles with Young Children
Avoid wars of words with your children and power struggles in general.
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