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If your toddler keeps tugging and poking at his ear, it may be his way of telling you that he’s developing an ear infection. In this Children’s Channel video, Anton Milo, MD, DDS, director of the Ear, Nose and Throat Center at Akron Children’s Hospital, provides parents with some tips to help prevent this painful […]
When our son William was 6 months old, we went to the pediatrician’s office because he was a noisy breather and got congested when he ate. They ordered a cookie swallow test to see how he would handle the liquids he was eating. He failed the test and aspirated on the liquids.
I found out when I was about 20 weeks pregnant that Addison had a 2-vessel umbilical cord (SUA = single umbilical artery). All of the level 2 scans and high-risk doctors said she looked perfect, but we wouldn’t know until after she was born.