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Does Your Child Run Funny?

22nd January 2010
Are you one of the thousands of parents in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex and around the United States that is concerned about how your child runs or walks? Have you noticed that their feet and ankles turn in or out? Do you question your pediatrician on ... Read >
Author: Dr. Marybeth Crane

Baby sense of taste

16th September 2009
Baby's sense of smell is developed when he is in the womb. Around 13-16 weeks of gestation is enough for the taste glands to become active. As the baby can smell the amniotic fluid present in the womb of the mother he can also taste the food the mother in... Read >
Author: Alien

Lazy Eye: It May Not Be What You Think

01st March 2007
Lazy eye is a disorder of the coordination between the eye and the brain, usually beginning in childhood. This disorder causes the body to prefer one eye over the other. It is known medically as amblyopia. Lazy eye is characterized by poor or blurry vi... Read >
Author: George McKenzie

The Pediatrician's Role in Adoption

04th April 2006
The Pediatrician's Role in Adoption Mardie Caldwell COAP Daniel and Megan felt drawn to the little dark-haired child they had seen in the orphanage half way around the world, but they felt they had more questions than answers. "Where do we start?" M... Read >
Author: Mardie Caldwell
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