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HealthyChildren.org E-Newsletter Archives

Here you will find issues of our e-newsletter from the last year so you can stay up-to-date with news and announcements from HealthyChildren.org.

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2018

  • March - Focus on Family Friendly Travel
  • March - Focus on Poison Prevention
  • February - Focus on Protecting Kids' Pearly Whites
  • February - Focus on Baby's First Solid Foods
  • January - Focus on Media Use
  • January - Focus on Colds & Coughs

2017

  • December - Focus on a Healthier 2018
  • December - Focus on Holiday Safety 
  • November - Focus on Seizures and Spasms
  • November - Focus on Antibiotics
  • October - Focus on Halloween Safety
  • October - Focus on ADHD
  • September - Focus on Obesity Prevention 
  • September - Focus on Back-to-School Illnesses
  • August - Focus on Disaster Recovery & Doing Good
  • August - Focus on Back to School
  • July - Focus on End of Summer Health Reminders
  • July - Focus on Summer Playtime, Parties & Produce
  • June - Focus on Water, Skin & Fireworks
  • June - Focus on Being a Dad Hero!
  • May - Focus on Allergic Reactions
  • May - Focus on Injuries & Emergencies
  • April - Focus on Preparing Kids for a Drug-Free Future
  • April - Focus on Indirect Exposure to Violence
  • March - Focus on Preventing Poison
  • March - Focus on National Nutrition Month
  • February - Focus on Milestones
  • February - Focus on Giving Your Kids a Smile!
  • January - Focus on Love, Hearts & Valentines
  • January  - Focus on Young Athletes

 

Last Updated
11/30/2017
Source
American Academy of Pediatrics (Copyright © 2017)
The information contained on this Web site should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your pediatrician. There may be variations in treatment that your pediatrician may recommend based on individual facts and circumstances.
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