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    February 16, 2024, 14:49 PM by Dr. Suzanne LaForte

    These kits are to help us remind parents regarding the importance of playing with their children and with using simple toys that are not screen based. These are the Duplo style of Lego bricks and are not choking hazards.

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    Night to Shine

    January 20, 2023, 15:36 PM by UTMB Health Pediatric Administration

    Night to Shine sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation hosted by Coastal Community Church locally supported by UTMB, GISD, and Christina Sullivan Foundation.

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    COVID-19 Vaccine Resources

    December 6, 2021, 14:22 PM by UTMB Health Pediatric Administration

    Vaccine Facts and agencies that offer additional support and information.

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    Children Exposed to Domestic Violence (CEDV): Understanding the Community Service Response and Needs in Texas (Full Report)

    August 27, 2021, 13:56 PM by UTMB Center for Violence Prevention partnered with The UT Austin Texas Institute on Child and Family Wellbeing

    1 in 4 children will be exposed to domestic violence in their lifetime. A new report from UTMB’s Center for Violence Prevention and the Texas Institute for Child & Family Wellbeing (TXICFW) at UT Austin reveals the service needs of children and families exposed to domestic violence and resource gaps in domestic violence and child welfare agencies in Texas.


    August 9, 2021, 14:36 PM by UTMB Dept. of Pediatrics

    Marie Dawlett, MD, of the UTMB Department of Pediatrics says that families didn’t really see a “season” of transmission of RSV, rhinovirus and other ailments in the fall and winter of 2020-2021 that typically arise during that time. Now that precautions are not being followed as closely as before, more toddlers are at risk. Dr. Dawlett recommends that parents monitor their children for signs of shortness of breath, or struggling with breathing.

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    Houston Mom Blog Explores Sleep Training and SIDS

    March 12, 2021, 16:01 PM by UTMB Newsroom

    UTMB primary care provider and associate professor Dr. Priya Kalia covered all things sleep during this recent interview with Meagan Clanahan, co-owner of the Houston Moms Blog. During the discussion, Dr. Kalia discussed optimal sleep times, sleep training, SIDS and how to counter interruptions that come with things like Spring Break and time changes

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    Teddy Bear Clinic "An Interactive, Online Activity for Kids"

    February 24, 2021, 10:29 AM by UTMB Pediatrics

    UTMB Health's Teddy Bear Clinic. Limited space is available, sign up now! Read full article and find out how you can register your child for a FREE virtual health fair session strictly for children.

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    It's Time For the Flu Shot

    October 12, 2020, 13:33 PM by UTMB Pediatrics

    Get your children the flu shot! Influenza (Flu), like COVID, is a respiratory virus. During the COVID-19 pandemic, reducing respiratory illnesses' overall burden is essential to protect vulnerably and at-risk family members. Dr. Manuela Murray shares an important message for you.

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    Virtual Discussion: Childhood Cancer Awareness

    September 3, 2020, 14:39 PM by UTMB Pediatrics

    UTMB Health SCI Café will host a virtual discussion on September 9, 2020 for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month from 12 PM - 1 PM. Please join us. You can also receive a free Social Work CEU! Find out more! #childhoodcancerawereness #CCAM

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    Our doctors are in the front lines for you.

    August 11, 2020, 16:28 PM by UTMB Pediatrics

    UTMB is phasing in the re-opening of our Pediatric Clinics with new procedures to keep all of us safer. We will call you to get you back on schedule, but if we don't, please call us. We miss seeing you, stay safe and we hope to see you soon.

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    Homebound with the kids?

    March 26, 2020, 14:51 PM by UTMB Pediatrics

    Here are some things parents can do to encourage learning from home. Keep checking for updates to the list. Want to share a resource, email us at utmbpedi@utmb.edu.

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    Causeway Galveston

    February 24, 2020, 15:05 PM by Beth Auslander, PhD, MS

    As a community, how can we come together to provide essential life skills for our youth? Galveston ISD, Family Service Center of Galveston County, Teen Health Center, and UTMB’s Center for Violence Prevention, bring expertise and resources together through an initiative called Causeway Galveston. Learn more about Causeway Galveston and see how they help create a supportive culture that empowers youth to thrive in our community.

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    UTMB Earth Day Art Contest

    January 29, 2020, 12:41 PM by UTMB Health Pediatrics

    UTMB Health invites you to join in celebrating our planet. Artwork submissions are now being accepted to mark the start of the UTMB Health Earth Day Art Contest. The art contest is open to all students grades K-12. Winners will be announced during the event. You and your family are invited to attend and participate in various activities. Read the full announcement for details.

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    PSA - RSV Prevention

    November 25, 2019, 11:54 AM by UTMB Health Pediatrics

    RSV is a common respiratory virus that usually causes mild, cold-like symptoms. Almost all children get RSV at least once before they are two years old. For most healthy children, RSV is like a cold, but it can be severe for some infants. Here are things you can do to prevent the spread of RSV.

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    PSA Regarding Zantac/ranitidine and NDMA impurities

    October 17, 2019, 15:26 PM by Dr. Andrea Glaser

    The medication Zantac/ranitidine has been in the news recently regarding levels of NDMA (a cancer causing agent). The FDA has released a variety of statements regarding this, and at this time, they are beginning a major investigation. The Pediatric GI Nurse Practitioner and Dietitian are offering consultation services to help families find alternative treatments and dietary management of reflux. For an appointment or questions please consult with your Pediatrician. Read full announcement.

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    Are you Prepared for Disasters?

    August 5, 2019, 10:36 AM by AAP

    As a parent, guardian and family member, you want to make sure that your loved ones are healthy, safe, and secure. Disaster planning may feel overwhelming. However, it is easier than you think. Taking a few simple steps now can help protect your family, assure that your children feel safe, and make it easier to recover after a disaster. We are all aware of disasters.

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