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Grandmother having video call with granddaughter. Posted By: CHKD Medical Group, Cori Cook, FNP-C
Monday, January 25, 2021

How to Keep your Newborn Healthy During COVID-19 Pandemic

Many parents with a newborn baby need information on keeping their infant safe and healthy. Learn how to keep your baby healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full post>>

Boy participating in virtual learning. Posted By: CHKD Medical Group, Dr. Daniel Robinson
Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Virtual Learning for Children with Autism

With COVID-19 on the rise, Dr. Daniel Robinson shares tips to give your child with autism the confidence they need to succeed in a virtual learning environment. Read full post>>

Family celebrating the holidays at home and connecting with loved ones virtually. Posted By: CHKD Medical Group, Dr. Sherie Austin
Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Avoiding Viruses and Injuries this Holiday Season

The CDC is recommending against gathering with anyone outside your home due to COVID-19. CHKD's Dr. Sherie Austin shares how to make the best of the holidays. Read full post>>

Air purifier in child's room. Posted By: CHKD Medical Group, Dr. Jane Robertson
Monday, December 07, 2020

Improving Air Quality at Home

How can we improve air quality in our homes? Read what you can do during COVID-19 that goes hand-in-hand with masking, social distancing, and good hand hygiene. Read full post>>

Mother during COVID-19. Posted By: Danielle Vigueria
Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Welcoming Baby During a Pandemic

Danielle Vigueria speaks on her experience giving birth for the first time, in the midst of COVID-19. Read Danielle's take on the ups and downs of motherhood. Read full post>>

Happy family mother father and children prepare for Halloween. They are carving pumpkin. Posted By: CHKD Medical Group, Dr. Kristina Powell
Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Halloween Alternatives to Keep Kids Safe During COVID-19

Kids can still have Halloween fun, but this year’s version should be different to keep children safe from COVID-19 and other viruses. Read full post>>