Yearly Archives: 2016

Ready to Make Your Family Resolutions for 2017?

Another new year brings a wonderful opportunity for some New Year’s Resolutions for 2017! Many people make grand plans to join a gym and go every day, give up whole food groups, or vow to lose 20 pounds. It’s much easier to stick with little changes, and by getting your kids involved, you can help […]

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10 Signs Your Child May Need Glasses

One in four children in the United States has undiagnosed vision problems, even if they’ve passed a school vision screening. Be aware of the following signs that may indicate vision problems. You child may be squinting to help their eyes focus on a blurry image. If your child is tilting their head, this could indicate […]

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CPCMG Announces Holiday Hours

We are so excited that the holidays are here! Please take note of our adjusted office hours for the 2016-17 holiday season.

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The Flu FAQ

Flu season is here! Get all of your questions answered in our Flu FAQ.

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Kids and Car Safety

All babies and children will ride in a car at some point in their lives. Many will take their first ride on the way home from the hospital following delivery. It is important for parents to know how to safely transport these little ones from their first ride until they are drivers themselves.

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Ask the CPCMG Pediatrician: Teens and Medical Privacy

Our pediatrician asked me to leave the exam room in order to talk to my teen alone. What gives? I’m the parent!

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ASK THE CPCMG PEDIATRICIAN: How can I keep my child from getting sick?

While there is no guaranteed way to keep your child from getting sick, certain precautions may make a difference.

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Meet Dr. Daniel Robbins

A pediatrician at CPCMG Temecula Parkway for 17 years, and a committed youth athletic coach to more than 30 teams, it’s not a surprise that this doctor has strong connections with local families. Meet Dr. Daniel Robbins and learn more about his active family that loves tennis, hiking, travel and music.

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Should my child wear sunglasses?

While sometimes worn as a fashion accessory, sunglasses will also protect your child’s eyes from the sun’s powerful ultraviolet rays that can cause problems later in life.

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Ask the CPCMG Pediatrician: Bowlegs

My 15-month-old child is bowlegged. Is this normal or should I be worried?

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