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S.I. Parent December 2011 – Why Does My Child Snore? Is It Normal?

S.I. Parent December 2011 – Why Does My Child Snore? Is It Normal?

Hopefully well before your child has his first birthday, he will be sleeping through the night. Perhaps you have established some cozy bedtime rituals, or perhaps you suffered through some variation of ‘sleep training’. However you got there, if you child is sleeping through the night, then mission accomplished. Or is it? Don’t close that […]

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Parents Magazine

Parents Magazine

Removing Tonsils Could Treat Behavior Problems Check Those Tonsils! Annie Drohan used to stand next to her 5-year-old’s bed every night and listen to her snore and breathe irregularly. “It was terrifying — sometimes I’d count to 25 before Meghan would take her next breath,” says the mom from Torrance, California. Then Meghan’s teacher called […]

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LA Times

LA Times

A CLOSER LOOK: AIR POLLUTION Take a deep breath — more bad news on air pollution By Jill U. Adams October 12, 2009 The consequences of breathing bad air is linked to appendicitis and ear infections, new studies indicate.It’s easy to see how air pollution would affect respiratory disease: You breathe in smog-filled miasma all […]

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Westside Today

Westside Today

Make Halloween Safe for All – Make sure that Halloween is all treat and no trick by watching out for your tyke’s airways. By Dr. Nina L. Shapiro  |  October 03, 2011 Photo courtesy of Menastic What child doesn’t love Halloween? In fifteen years as a pediatric ear, nose, and throat doctor, Halloween is always my slowest workday. What […]

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