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You bring your kid to the doctor and they just start talking to you like your kid’s not there.
This post is addressed to all pediatricians out there:
Pediatricians remember: Kids hear what you are saying and understand a lot of what you tell their parents.
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When my son was 6 years old, he was really short.
My pediatrician began to discuss his height with us, and told us in a very serious manner that my son’s height doesn’t even plot on the charts, and that he would like to send him for further tests to rule out any abnormalities.
He proceeded to refer him to an endocrinologist for a wrist scan to check his bone age. Read more
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, together with Prince Harry, are taking the world by storm with their campaign to start the conversation around mental health and remove the stigma around opening up on personal challenges.
Are you ready to start the conversation?
Emotional pain is worse than physical pain and the high rate of suicide around the world, is testament to that.