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Butt Band-Aids

By: Pamela J. Beach-Reber, MD, MBA, FAAP, FACEP
Date: April 1, 2014
No BUTTS about it, every baby has diaper rash at some point in time. I will teach you how to recognize different types of rashes that affect that area and what to do for each of them.

Tampa Business Journal's Healthiest Employers Awards, Finalist March 2014

Tampa Children’s Expo

Date: March 8, 2014
The Tampa Children’s Expo provides a fun, FREE event for families to LEARN, PLAY and INTERACT with local and national companies providing products and services related to children.
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Tampa Children’s Expo

MomSense: Some Things Only a Mom Can Get

Date: March 4, 2014
Patience: the holy grail of parenting
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MomSense: Some Things Only a Mom Can Get

Sore Throats

By: Pamela J. Beach-Reber, MD, MBA, FAAP, FACEP
Date: March 1, 2014
Sore throat (also called pharygitis or tonsillitis) is one of the most common infections that send children to the doctor. It is seen in all age groups and occurs throughout the entire year. Sore throats can be caused by either a virus or bacteria, but the majority of cases are caused by a virus. Only 20% to 30% are caused by bacteria and require antibiotics. The most important bacteria to cause a sore throat is Group A beta hemolytic streptococcus, commonly called “strep throat”.

Cheer on 1,600 elementary school students from pre-K through grade 5 as they participate in the Seminole County Public School All County Cross Country Meet.
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Enjoy free pizza and $7 admission all day!
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South Florida - Monkey Joe's Birthday Party

Making the school and community a healthier place, students and families will learn new ways to eat healthy, be fit and maintain a healthy lifestyle, with plenty of healthful information and product giveaways.
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Medicines and Poison Control

By: Pamela J. Beach-Reber, MD, MBA, FAAP, FACEP
Date: February 1, 2014
All medicines are poisons; we just take them in small enough doses to kill only germs. But when small people get into a small amount of medicine, even vitamins, the results can be deadly. Young children are usually exploring when they find medicines and do not understand what they are “eating”. Medicines should never be referred to as candy and you should never entice your child to take his medicine by telling him “it tastes good like candy,” as this sends the wrong message.

MomSense: Some Things Only a Mom Can Get

Date: January 16, 2014
Go-to-strategies for dealing with a typical and predictable 2-year-old.
Categories: Web Series: MomSense
MomSense: Some Things Only a Mom Can Get