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COVID-19

COVID-19

** Please be aware any child that has risk factors for COVID-19 will NOT be seen in the office. Please call us at (804) 794-2821 for appropriate guidance. **   PAHP is now offering Telehealth & Virtual Visits! What is Telehealth?   Toolkit for K-12 Learn more...

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3 Painless Parenting Strategies to Help Children with Homework

3 Painless Parenting Strategies to Help Children with Homework

by Emily Graham at MightyMoms.net Helping kids with homework is a sweet and sour experience. It's amazing to see how much they grow and improve over time, and watch them conquer obstacles that come their way. But when those obstacles arrive in the first place, it can...

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Our Parents Guide to Your Adolescent Health Maintenance Visit

Our Parents Guide to Your Adolescent Health Maintenance Visit

Adolescence is a crucial time for yearly well checks. Although adolescents tend to be very healthy patients; they are undergoing huge changes physically, cognitively, emotionally, and socially. Young children need their parents in the room for reassurance and to...

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The Sad Statistics of Teenage Suicide

The Sad Statistics of Teenage Suicide

Why does Pediatric & Adolescent Health Partners ask our 12 year and older patients on their annual Preventive Care Visits about suicide?? 1. We do this because teenage suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for youthaged 10 to 24 years. In fact, in 2013, more...

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Breast Is Best?

Breast Is Best?

We always hear breast is best, right? What does that mean though? Are you on the fence about breastfeeding? Are you thinking, “I’m gonna try, but am OK if it doesn’t work.” Take the time to watch this documentary and read the article in the link below. Both are...

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Has your provider ordered supplementing for your baby?

Has your provider ordered supplementing for your baby?

There are many factors that make supplementing a necessary and temporary means of feeding your baby. This does not mean that breastfeeding has failed or that you will not be able to successfully breastfeed your infant. This is an addition to your breastfeeding efforts...

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