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Focus on National Nutrition Month
March 2017 | Issue No. 142
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Busy nights juggling sports, dance class, homework, and work or school events can create the perfect storm for making some regrettable food choices.
 
In this article, the American Academy of Pediatrics offers tips to help busy families eat and drink better before, during, and after game time.
Also In This Issue:
Ask the Pediatrician:
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By: Anthony Porto, MD, MPH, FAAP
Tell Us Why You Vaccinate:
317_whyivax(1).jpgWe are once again asking YOU, our HealthyChildren.org users, to email your personal stories and testimonials about why you vaccinate your children.
 
Now more than ever—as fresh threats to public health are popping up both in states and at the federal level—it is important for parent voices to be heard.
 
Need inspiration? Check out what HealthyChildren.org users told us last year and visit our #WhyIVax board on Pinterest.
 
It is our hope that these parent stories will transform statistics into real conversations about how children and families benefit from immunizations.
 
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