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How to get through your child's flu
This infographic offers helpful tips and to-dos for parents while their child is sick with the seasonal cold or flu.
Your healthy holiday checklist for the entire family
These 12 tips can help make the holiday family gathering or reunion a healthy, enjoyable, and memorable occasion for everyone.
How to help prevent the flu (on top of the shot)
Practicing good hygiene and developing healthy habits, in addition to getting the flu shot, helps your body fend off the flu. Express Care is your fast path to treatment if you're seeing flu symptoms.
Keep your kids healthy this winter
Follow these children's health guidelines and download the Circle app for parenting tips and tools as you prepare for winter holiday parties and celebrations.
Children's health checklist, powered by Circle
The Circle by Providence app has answers, tools and resources to help keep your kids healthy year-round.
How to help clear up your teen’s acne outbreak
Tips for teens struggling with acne, shared by dermatologist Dr. Barbara Fox.
How to prepare your daughter for her first period
A pediatrician gives some practical advice on how to make menstruation less of a mystery for tweens and teens.
Best of To Your Health 2018: Children's health
We've gathered some of our best pediatric insights from the blog to share with you from the past year.
Get your flu shot now!
The good news for flu season is that treatment options are available.
What you need to know about the new AAP car seat safety guidelines
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently released revised car seat safety guidelines. Find out what this means for your child.
Raising connected kids in an age of disconnection
Family therapist Kathryn Anderson discusses how parents can raise connected kids by focusing on the values of community, positive relationships, and the ability to be vulnerable.
How to help a teen through holiday depression - Part 1
Family therapist Kathryn Anderson discusses the warning signs of teen depression, its prevalence and causes, and what we can do to help our teenagers prevent and work through it.
Viral gastroenteritis is no fun, but it's not the flu
Symptoms of viral gastroenteritis include diarrhea, vomiting and nausea. People often call it stomach flu, but it's not influenza.
Dispelling myths about people who receive Medicaid
People who are covered by Medicaid have the same hopes and plans as anybody else, but often have access to fewer resources. When they need health care, Providence St. Joseph Health is there.
Ask the pediatrician: Surprising facts about swimmer’s ear
Did you know you can get swimmer's ear without getting wet? Swimmer's ear isn't your garden variety ear infection, and it needs to be treated differently.
Here’s how to make your child’s earaches less of a pain
There are many reasons why your child’s ear may be hurting, so it’s best to have a doctor examine it to ensure it is treated properly.
Flu season is almost upon us: See a provider about the flu vaccine soon
Changes in flu treatment may be on the horizon, but health officials say you should continue to get an annual flu shot.
First-aid tips and a DIY kit for minor cuts and scrapes
Proper care for minor cuts, wounds and scrapes reduces the risk of infection and helps minimize scarring. Treat them with these first-aid tips and make your own first-aid kit.
Teething pain? Don’t use benzocaine, try these safer strategies instead
While teething children may display irritability, drooling, and puffy gums, they don’t necessarily need medicine to relieve these symptoms and should never be given benzocaine.
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