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Articles in March Guides, Cristian Hardy, Turn the Page, Amy Delaney, Cheryl Brodnax, Health and Wellness and One Amazing Kid

Remember Self Breast Exams | Breast Cancer Awareness

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BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - A young breast cancer survivor has found a new way to fight the disease. Between treatments, Whitney Breaux recently launched a new campaign to help save lives.... Read full article

Jalen Simpson

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Meet this One Amazing Kid.... Read full article

4 Steps to Protect Yourself from Ticks

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Summertime means your kids are likely going to spend more time outside, but are they protected against the outside? Insect bites are no fun, especially when they leave our skin feeling itchy. However, there is one critter you should really keep an e... Read full article

Protecting Baby’s Oral Health

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The period when babies are teething can be tough on children and their parents. While parents who have dealt with teething infants in the past might be able to recognize when their new babies’ teeth are coming in, first-time parents may wonder why th... Read full article

What’s Your Child’s Learning Style?

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Does your child love reading and writing? Do they have a knack for music? When they tell a story, do they tend to use their whole body to describe what happened? Are they drawn to groups, or do they prefer to work alone? These traits can give a clue ... Read full article



Parenting a Child with Exceptional Needs?

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You have exceptional needs, too!... Read full article

Don’t Get Caught in an Itchy Situation: The No-Panic Parent’s Guide to Lice

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One of the lessons that parents try to teach their children is the importance of sharing with each other. Whether it be their snacks, their thoughts, and occasionally, even their toys, parents know that sharing is an important lesson for children to ... Read full article

Mardi Gras May Be Near, but Flu Season is Still Here

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While driving to work one morning this week, a local radio DJ described Louisiana's four seasons as football, hunting, Mardi Gras, and crawfish. While this is undeniably true, those of us who work in healthcare, particularly in pediatrics, tend to re... Read full article

Leah Warr

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Leah Warr, a student at Glen Oaks Magnet High, was awarded a $1,000 prize as part of the Forcepoint and Girls With Impact venture competition. Girls With Impact operates the nation’s only live, online business and leadership program, providing classe... Read full article

Sophie-Grace Segraves

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When Sophie-Grace Segraves was in the first grade, she was diagnosed with dysgraphia, a neurological disorder that can impair writing ability and fine motor skills. A year later, she was diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome and Irlen Syndrome. With all o... Read full article

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