Mary's Center Blog
Ahh, it’s winter and it’s cold and flu season! In the first 2 years of life, children can get up to 8-10 colds or even more if they have school-aged siblings or attend daycare. Dr. Stephanie Pope, a mom and Pediatrician at Mary’s Center, says this is healthy and normal. Dr. Pope answers your questions and shares tips for managing cold symptoms in cranky congested children so your family can get a restful night's sleep.
The warm, welcoming environment at Briya Public Charter School, Mary’s Center’s partner in education, fosters a supportive community of students from over thirty countries around the world.
The heart is essential to almost everything that goes on in your body. It is constantly pumping blood to make sure your organs are able to keep operating. Cardiovascular disease or injury weakens the heart, so it’s important to do your best to keep your heart strong enough to handle its heavy workload. Zara Awan, a Nutritionist in the Mary’s Center WIC Program, has some great advice to help you.
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