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Is Your Child Ready to Babysit?

…and are you ready to let them? Every parent who has a child who wants to earn extra money by babysitting has thought through the potential “what if” scenarios to determine if they are ready for the responsibility of caring for someone else’s child. 3 Questions About Babysitting That Parents May Ask Questions parents may […]

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Three Named Health Care Heroes by TBJ

WakeMed’s Joanna Burgess, BSN, RN, Ed Keating, BSN, RN, and Brian Klausner, MD, won Triangle Business Journal’s 2017 Health Care Heroes awards. They are among 19 honorees recognized as leaders in their field who have made significant contributions to health care. Joanna Burgess, BSN, RN, CWOCN Thanks to Joanna Burgess, BSN, RN, patients who have […]

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Calling All Pediatric IBD Families: Raise Awareness & Build Your Support Network With Us

Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis are typically thought of as only impacting adults. But these diseases impact children too with similar symptoms found in adults, including: Cramps/abdominal pain Fever Diarrhea Unexplained weight loss Rectal bleeding Loss of appetite Diagnosis in children tends to be more difficult due to food allergies and/or frequent viruses that can […]

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Brain Injury Awareness Month

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month! The Brain Injury Assocation of America and local chapters conduct an awareness campaign annually to promote support and understanding of traumatic brain injury (TBI). This year the theme for Brain Injury Awareness Month is “NOT ALONE”. Raising Awareness About Traumatic Brain Injury Many people are unaware of the impact […]

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