How to Manage Your Child’s Fever

Fever is a common symptom in children when they are sick and it’s defined as a temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher. The most common causes of fevers in

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CPCMG Vista’s Saturday Clinic is moving!

Starting Saturday, January 7, 2023, CPCMG Vista’s Saturday clinic will move to the Sanford Children’s Primary Care Clinic located at 3605 Vista Way, Building B, Suite 130 in Oceanside (zip code

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Safe Driving During the Holidays

If you think alcohol is the only thing that can affect your ability to drive, think again. You can also get a DUI for driving under the influence of many

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Five tips to help cope with acne

Getting a zit might seem like a rite of passage into the teen years but for many, acne is a long-term skin condition requires medical help. What causes acne? Dead

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RSV: What You Need to Know

Babies and children sick with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) are filling pediatricians' offices and children’s hospitals across the United States. This is an early surge as RSV “season” usually starts

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The Importance of Family Support for Breastfeeding Success

Breastfeeding your infant is very important to the overall health and well-being of your new baby. However, it is not always easy. Both the baby and the mom need to

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What Should You Eat While Breastfeeding?

Breastmilk naturally has the perfect ratios of fats, proteins, water, and carbohydrates for your baby, and is overflowing with vitamins, minerals, and healthy bacteria. So once you’ve decided to feed

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Breastfeeding: getting a good latch

Breastfeeding can be a beautiful journey for mothers and their babies. But if breastfeeding is causing discomfort and pain, a baby's latch could be the problem. Nipple pain that lingers

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To shield or not to shield?

A nipple shield is a thin piece of silicone that is placed over the mother’s nipple to assist with infant latch. The shield provides a pressure on the baby’s palate which

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