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Here you will find past issues of our HealthyChildren.org e-newsletter. Each issue focuses on a different topic and pulls together the very best content all in one place!

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2023

  • January - Focus on Winter Fun & Safety

2022

  • December - Comfort & Joy: Safe, Healthy & Happy Holidays

  • November - The Respiratory Virus Surge & Your Child

  • October - Focus on Halloween Safety

  • September - Focus on Keeping Kids Healthy & In School

  • August - Breastfeeding & Beyond: What's Best for You & Your Baby

  • July - Healthy Digital Media Use & First Phone Readiness

  • June - What to Know About COVID Vaccines For Babies & Young Children

  • May - How to Talk With Children About Tragic News Events

  • April - Playing Outside: Why It's So Good for Kids

  • March - Answering Your Child's Questions About War

  • February - How to Make Your Child Feel Loved

  • January - COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters for Kids

2021

  • December - Holiday Gatherings & Mental Health Tips

  • November - Everyday Gratitude & Buying Safe Toys

  • October - COVID Vaccines for Ages 5-11 & Halloween Safety

  • September - Talking With Children About Climate Change

  • August - Focus on Back to School & Keeping Kids Healthy

  • July - Focus on Fireworks Safety & Extreme Heat

  • June - Focus on Healthy Superpowers

  • May - Protecting kids too young to get the COVID-19 vaccine

  • April - Focus on COVID-19 Vaccines for Families

  • March - Focus on Toxic Metals in Baby Food & Medication Safety

  • February - Focus on Showing the Love, First Crushes & Family Travel

  • January - Focus on Staying Active & Healthy During the Pandemic

Last Updated
1/26/2023
Source
American Academy of Pediatrics (Copyright © 2020)
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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