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Causes and Prevention of Ear Infections

Acute infections occur for a short period while chronic infections fail to clear, recur several times, and might result in permanent damage of the inner and middle ear.
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COVID-19 and Back-to-School Planning

The beginning of the 2020/2021 school year is around the corner. This year’s unique circumstances have parents concerned about how they should plan for a school year with COVID-19.
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Autistic Burnout

Have you ever felt worn out from an overwhelming day and had a hard time forming coherent sentences? I think we all have experienced this very normal consequence of overtaxing our minds and bodies. This is a temporary language skill loss. We just don’t have the resources to do what we are wanting to do. This happens to people on the autism spectrum, too.
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Is it Time to Go Back Out?

As Georgia begins to re-open after quarantine, there are lots of questions about going out. Unfortunately, there are is no one right answer for everyone, but it might be a good idea to stay at home if: If you have a child with a chronic health condition that may put them at high risk for…
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Is it Time for a Screen Detox?

The Internet has so much to offer us. We have access to endless knowledge, grocery delivery, streaming movies, and online classes. There is so much on offer, though, it can be hard to know when to say when. Screen addiction can creep up on us.
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What You Need to Know About Pediatric Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome – PIMS

Our concern is the syndrome may affect heart function requiring hospitalization and ICU care. The  majority of children do well with this syndrome but they need special attention and supportive care.  Pediatric Multi-system Inflammatory Syndrome is new. We are watching this very carefully and scientists around the world are working hard to understand this syndrome and how best to treat it. 
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