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August 02, 2011 | Dr. Tyeshia Babineaux, Pediatrician, TCPA - Corinthian Pointe

Parents, summer vacation is coming to an end! Oh no! It's time to dust off those alarm clocks and to hear "five more minutes" when trying to get your kids ready for school.

During the summer kids tend to stay up late, sleep in and take naps during the day. I want to warn you that these erratic summertime sleep patterns can lead to a rough adjustment period when trying to get children back on track to get the right amount of rest that their bodies demand during the school year.

July 27, 2011 | Robin Dysart, Mother of Patient

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My nine-year-old son, Keagan, has had seizures his entire life.

July 26, 2011 | Parth Subhash Mehta, MDDr. Parth Mehta, Pediatric Oncologist - Botswana

July 25, 2011 | Dr. Ellen Friedman, Chief of Otolaryngology

Those hazy crazy days of summer are here!

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Osteoporosis is undoubtedly a pediatric disease! What does that mean? It means that this disease that mostly affects the elderly begins in childhood, especially in adolescence. Inadequate building of bone during the early adolescent years leads to a smaller bone "bank" and a greater risk of osteoporosis in later life.

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