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Costello Syndrome

When you finally meet your newborn for the first time, it can feel magical. They are so innocent and full of potential. You think about all the exciting and scary moments that are to come, but more than anything, you just wonder at their beauty. As you look at their fresh face, you notice that…

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Costello Syndrome

Synesthesia in Children

It is proven that when someone loses one of their five senses, their other senses become slightly heightened. The brain reprograms and creates what is called supersenses. But, did you know that some people are born with the ability to experience multiple senses at once? This is called synesthesia, and it can be a blessing and…

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Synesthesia in Children

Tracheomalacia

For eight months, your child grows, develops, and becomes the newborn you eventually meet. During that time, they’re developing toes, skin, and all the essential organs needed to function. It’s an unbelievable and truly amazing process that lays the foundation for their life. While some pregnancies go without a hitch, there are some rare instances…

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Tracheomalacia

Russell Silver Syndrome

It can be extremely exciting to see the growth of your child and their progress as they get older. Most families mark this development somewhere in their home — with pencil marks on a door frame showing the difference in height from one year to the next. It can be something to look forward to…

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Russell Silver Syndrome

Vertigo in Children

If your child has been recently diagnosed with a medical condition — or if they are not feeling well enough to cause concern — you are likely feeling overwhelmed and anxious. This is especially the case when the condition is not as well-known as other ailments. In addition to being scared, you have to decipher…

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Vertigo in Children

Caring for a Child with Laryngomalacia

The trachea (windpipe) allows for your child to breathe. In some conditions — like tracheomalacia — it can underdevelop before birth, resulting in a weak or damaged windpipe. But, the trachea isn’t the only part of the throat that can cause breathing difficulties. The larynx can also play a major role. The larynx is your…

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Caring for a Child with Laryngomalacia

Misophonia in Children

The sound of chips breaking between your teeth, the crinkle of paper, and the whoosh of air as your AC kicks on and off… these sounds can become a normal occurrence around your home — to the point you barely even notice them. But, for a child with misophonia, they can be the focus on…

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Pediatric Misophonia

Is Home Health Care Right for Your Child?

As a parent, you have an obligation to provide for your child. In many ways, you wish for them to have a better life than you did, which is why you teach them and give them the tools they need to succeed. But, if your child is born with a condition that holds them back…

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Does your child need pediatric home health care

Insomnia in Children

Most adults are well-acquainted with the occasional bout of insomnia — and some deal with it on a regular basis. This can be due to the stresses of everyday life or worrying about work, family, or finances. But, when it happens in children, it may seem unusual. And, if your child has recurring sleepless nights,…

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Insomnia in Children

IBS in Children

Finding out your child has been diagnosed with a medical condition can feel overwhelming. After all, you’d move heaven and earth to make sure they’re comfortable and lead a happy life. And, when the condition is chronic — such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) — you may be wondering what you can do so that…

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IBS in children