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Dr. Christina Johns
Senior Medical Advisor, PM Pediatrics

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Category: Parenting

  1. Image of a child who is sad or upset

    I’ve got a good friend whose son Vince, a 4th grader, has a regular problem with “stomachaches.”  These are kind of unusual stomachaches, because they appear to be seasonal, almost exclusively occur during daytime hours, and are temporarily incapacitating.  They don’t include fever or vomiting, and his bowel movements are normal.  Last spring Vince was […]

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  2. | Parenting

    Secure Your Sanity First, Then Your Child’s

    So…you’re thinking of going on a vacation with your small child. And you need to fly. With her. Let’s do what our moms told us to do and make a list of pros and cons to determine if we should proceed with the plan. PROS: -fun time -showing your child a new experience -getting away […]

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  3. image of a male conforting a young woman

    I hear a lot of people toss out the phrase “panic attack” in very dramatic fashion when describing events that are stressful or frightening. Of course most of the time these aren’t real clinical panic attacks, but I hear it enough that I think the topic is worth spending some time on, especially for kids, […]

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