June is National Gun Violence Awareness Month, raising awareness of the issue that has been appropriately labeled a national public health epidemic.
In the blink of an eye, the Millers' lives were forever changed. And then they faced a question no parent ever expects to hear.
It’s exciting when those first tiny tooth buds erupt, but teething can be an uncomfortable process for parents and babies alike. In this episode, John Schimek, MD, a pediatrician at the Children’s Wisconsin Forest View Pediatrics primary care office, explains when you can expect baby’s first teeth to come in, how long teething lasts, how you should care for those early teeth, and more.
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