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A Royal Pain: Morning Sickness in Pregnancy

A Royal Pain: Morning Sickness in Pregnancy

The news of Duchess Kate Middleton’s third pregnancy—and accompanying morning sickness—sheds light on this unfortunate side of pregnancy, which can be a royal pain for many expectant moms. UR Medicine obstetrician Dr. Loralei Thornburg answers some common questions about the condition.
 
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5 Signs Your Kids May Be Too Busy

5 Signs Your Kids May Be Too Busy

Music lessons, drama club, soccer practice, dance class…the list of youth activities goes on and on. They add a lot to our kids' lives, but when does it all become too much? UR Medicine clinical psychologist Kenya Malcolm shares some signs that your young ones may have too much going on.  

Q & A: Back-to-School Physicals

Q & A: Back-to-School Physicals

Kids are returning to school and it’s a good time for parents to check in with the pediatrician to see if their children are due for an annual physical. UR Medicine Primary Care pediatrician Dr. Anne Ryan answers some common questions about physicals.

Add Vaccination Updates to Your Back-to-School Checklist

Add Vaccination Updates to Your Back-to-School Checklist

As a new school year nears, URMC Center for Community Health & Prevention’s Dr. Nancy Bennett explains why it’s important to keep students’ vaccinations up to date and how doing so impacts the lives of our kids and the community as a whole.