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Choosing Appropriate Finger Foods for Babies and Toddlers

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that babies be given finger foods only when he or she can sit unassisted and is able to bring food up to the mouth. First finger foods should be soft, easy to swallow and cut into small pieces. However, many prepackaged foods labeling finger foods may be unsafe and a choking hazard. Read More

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Ticks and Lyme Disease

Spring in Minnesota has finally arrived, and with it so have wood ticks. Not all ticks carry but some can spread disease. In Minnesota, deer ticks may spread Lyme Disease. The Metro area in the state is currently listed as an area that is at a moderate risk level for coming in contact with deer ticks. Read More

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Why Your Child May Need to See A Speech Language Pathologist

Hooray! May is Better Speech and Hearing Month. Here’s why your child may need to see a speech-language pathologist. Read More

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