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As more parents opt out of immunizing their kids, the American Academy of Pediatrics is pushing harder than ever for vaccinations.
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The AAP just updated its SIDS Guidelines. Here’s what you need to know.
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This cross between an eating disorder and binge drinking is on the rise.
This giant, upscale super market is opening in Bergen and Morris counties.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) isn’t recommending the nasal flu vaccine, after the CDC discovered it doesn’t protect against some of the most prominent flu strains.
Before you ask your pediatrician about your kid’s sleep troubles, ask yourself this simple question: How well are you sleeping?
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