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Teens and Sleep: Pediatricians Say Let Them Snooze

Teens and Sleep: Pediatricians Say Let Them Snooze

To exasperated parents of teens: It may seem like your kids are choosing to be night owls who’d rather not rise early in the morning but the truth is, they can’t help it. UR Medicine pediatric sleep expert Dr. Heidi Connolly says it's a delay in biologic rhythm—not a stubborn streak—that leads to their preference to fall asleep later at night and wake later in the morning.
 
Is a Check-Up on Your Back-to-School List?

Is a Check-Up on Your Back-to-School List?

As parents prepare their children for a new school year, it's a good time to check with the pediatrician to see if it’s time for an annual physical, or well-child visit. UR Medicine pediatrician Dr. Sean Frey shares what you need to know about school physicals.
Using Your Head: Safety in Sports

Using Your Head: Safety in Sports

Fall sports are in full swing and for many young athletes, bumps, bruises and the occasional broken bone are considered part of the game. Fortunately, life-threatening injuries are rare. But, when they happen, parents pause to consider what’s best for their child.

Make a Date for a Back-to-School Vision Screening

Make a Date for a Back-to-School Vision Screening

Don’t blink – but summer’s almost over and the mad dash to get our children ready for school is in full swing. While you’re filling up your shopping cart with school supplies and new clothes, be sure your back-to-school to-do list includes a vision check for your child. 

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