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Thursday, May 14, 2015

And the UltraScope Winners Are…

Congratulations to our 5 UltraScope winners! Thank you to everyone who participated! Seriously, I never expected so many! I only wish I could have drawn more winners!!! That being said, if you didn't win, please remember the AMAZING coupon code UltraScope gave Kid Nurse readers! Simply enter KIDNURSE during your checkout at www.ultrascopes.com after making [...]

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Finally, A Stethoscope As Fabulous As You Are! UltraScope Review and Giveaway

*To celebrate Nurses Week, I’ve partnered with UltraScope stethoscopes to raffle 5 beautiful, brand-new stethoscopes designed personally by the winners! Also, UltraScope has generously given my readers a coupon code for 20% off plus free shipping. Read to the bottom to enter the giveaway and redeem the coupon code! If there is one tool nurses [...]

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

4 Signs Of Dehydration Every Parent Needs To Know

Ladies and gentlemen, I’ve dealt with more vomiting and diarrhea the past 2-3 weeks than I would like to describe… or smell. While my job isn’t always glamorous, I really do love it. Truly, every parent knows there are few things sadder than watching your child experience vomiting, diarrhea, or dehydration. My little patients have [...]

Thursday, April 16, 2015

How To Teach Eye Contact From An Early Age and Why It Matters

I am a positive reinforcement type of nurse practitioner, and I hope you are that type of parent as well. Positive reinforcement is a pretty simple model. When children come into the office and behave very well, I always cheer, clap, high-five and verbally acknowledge the good behavior. And sometimes, I even reward the behavior [...]

Thursday, March 12, 2015

The Truth About Measles: Infographic

This week I got an email from a reader here at Kid Nurse alerting me to this wonderful infographic. I think it is a good summary of the recent measles outbreak and information that people need to know, especially as the measles cases continue to grow. Almost 200 Americans have now contracted the measles this [...]

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

5 Tips to Increase Your Child’s Reading and Early Development

This Monday marked Dr. Seuss’s birthday, which is now also celebrated as Read Across America Day. Why do we celebrate this day? Because the research is undeniable, one of the best ways to enhance a child’s development is through the gift of reading. My mom loves to read. She always has, and as an educator, [...]

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

A Psychiatrist’s Letter to Young People about Fifty Shades of Grey

*This is a guest post from Dr. Miriam Grossman, a psychiatrist who specializes in child and adolescent care. The post was originally published on her blog. Dr. Grossman hit the nail on the head with this post, and I believe this information is so important (especially for our teenagers) that I was given permission to [...]

Monday, February 23, 2015

Exercise Advice from The Workout Mama

This post is a guest blog from Tamara Buschel, aka The Workout Mama. She is a wonderful friend of mine and was a huge encouragement to me when I decided to enter the blogging world. She is married to Josh, a firefighter, and mama to Caden and Maisie. Josh and Tamara are amazing parents, and it's such [...]

Thursday, February 19, 2015

One Incredibly Happy Girl!

Warning: This is not a post directly related to children’s health. If you are looking for that, make sure you didn’t miss the post I did yesterday on fevers. It was a good one. However, this is a post about a girl deeply in love with a man, the type of man I think you [...]

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

5 Fever Facts Most Parents Don’t Know

It’s no surprise that right now is high-season for sickness. Kids are spreading colds, coughs, influenza, RSV, and the general-all-around crud. What do all these things usually have in common? Fevers. Yucky, "I-didn’t-know-my-thermometer-could-even-read-that-high" fevers. It’s a scary world out there for parents when it comes to navigating your kid's temperature. Trust me, I know. I’ve [...]