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Preventing Swimmer’s Ear in Your Child

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A nurse practitioner in the Division of Otolaryngology (ENT) at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia shares her tips for preventing swimmer’s ear.

Recognizing Poison Ivy, Oak and Sumac

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Recognizing Poison Ivy, Oak and Sumac

The old saying goes: "Leaves of three, let them be." Poison ivy, oak and sumac are three plants that carry the same poison — urushiol, a colorless, odorless oil that causes an itchy, irritating rash in almost everyone who comes in contact with it.

The Scoop on Infant Poop: Is That Normal?

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Baby Climbing Steps

When parenting your first baby, everything is new and a potential cause for worry so let CHOP pediatrician Joseph Gwiszcz, MD, FAAP, give you the scoop on baby poop.

How to Keep Kids Hydrated

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Dehydration in children is relatively common. Know the signs of dehydration and find creative ideas for how to keep kids hydrated, like hydrating foods.

Keep Kids Safe this Summer!

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Summer provides more opportunities for kids to be active and enjoy the outdoors. Unfortunately, it also means more injuries.