Protecting Your Health Information

Every year Pathway Pediatrics and our staff undergo annual training in regards to HIPAA compliance. Recently, we received a seal of compliance stating that we completed the necessary training and are compliant with HIPAA regulations. But what is HIPAA and why is it important for us to follow? And what does this have to do […]

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Healthy New Year’s Resolutions for Children & Teens

The start of a new year is a great time to help your children focus on forming good habits. Making New Year’s resolutions can be a fun way to do this! It is important to set healthy goals with kids – and to be realistic about those goals. Kids also love having something to work […]

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Holiday Food Safety Tips

Whether it is holiday cookies, roast turkey, honey baked ham, green bean casserole or even simple homemade rolls, foods are an important ingredient of holiday celebrations. Teaching children to cook​ your family’s recipes can nurture ​ethnic identity and culture, strengthen family relationships and offers​ young chefs a sense of accomplishment. ​But how do we teach our children to cook […]

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Choosing the Right Bicycle and Helmet for Your Child

Every Christmas season, children around the world ask Santa Claus for a bicycle and parents search the Black Friday deals for the perfect bike. But how can you know which size bicycle and helmet will keep your child safe? Tips to make sure your child’s bike fits them: Do not push your child to ride […]

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Things to Know About the Flu Vaccine

This flu season is off to an early start. In October, a record number of children under age 4 years were hospitalized with the flu—the most in 10 years. The best thing parents can do to protect their children and others from the flu is to get them vaccinated! Influenza viruses change yearly. All children age 6 […]

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Teaching Strategies for ADHD Learning Hurdles

Executive function (EF) deficits are commonly mistaken for — and exacerbated by — ADHD symptoms. The reverse is also true, making EF and ADHD inextricably linked yet also distinct. To address a student’s challenges with reading comprehension and other academic skills, teachers and parents must first understand their origins and then follow these 3 steps to help […]

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