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Are You Registered to Vote?
Let Your Voice Be Heard!

Three short months from now voters across the country will head to the polls for the midterm elections, casting their votes on numerous important issues and proposals on the ballot. You have the opportunity let your voice be heard through the voting process. But are you ready to vote? The deadline to register to vote […]

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Having a baby?

Call the CPCMG office in your neighborhood to schedule a visit with one of our pediatricians. We’re happy to answer any of your questions and look forward to meeting you! Here is a great resource from the local chapter of American Academy of Pediatrics that includes some tips to keep you informed.

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VITAMINS AND DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS:
ARE THEY SAFE FOR CHILDREN?

Retail shelves are packed with bottles of vitamins, alternative and herbal supplements that boast claims of aiding sleep, improving digestion, increasing energy, building muscle mass and more. It’s a $37 billion dollar industry in the United States operating without regulations for safety, quality or effectiveness. Children are not immune from this industry, with companies packaging […]

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CPCMG Murrieta Moving to New Office!

CPCMG is thrilled to announce they are moving to a new office in Murrieta. Our pediatricians, pediatric nurse practitioners and staff will continue to bring your family quality pediatric care at our new convenient location starting Monday, July 9 at 25170 Hancock Avenue, Suite 200. Due to the moving process, some services will be temporarily […]

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CPCMG: Office hours for the 4th of JULY

Please note that all CPCMG and Children’s Primary Extended Care Offices will be closed Wednesday, July 4. Our nurse triage line will be available – please call your CPCMG pediatrician’s office for more information. We will reopen Thursday, July 5 with regular office hours. Have a safe and enjoyable holiday!

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DON’T FORGET TO BUCKLE UP!

What’s the first thing you do when you settle into the front seat of your car? Do you turn on your radio, or perhaps adjust the rearview mirror? Maybe you program your GPS or make sure your Bluetooth is connected. But the first thing you should do is a simple step that could save your […]

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IS YOUR FAMILY PREPARED
FOR A NATURAL DISASTER OR EMERGENCY?

No matter where you live in southern California, a natural disaster or emergency can happen at any time…whether you’re at work, on the road or at home. Here are some initial steps to prepare your family emergency plan with general precautions that apply to many disaster situations. We have included other resources throughout this post […]

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HEADING TO THE FAIR?
HOW TO ENJOY OVER-THE-TOP FAIR FOOD

Enjoying yourself without overindulging can feel like a delicate balance, especially when carnival rides are involved. Here are a few tips for surviving the food at the San Diego County Fair: Eat before you go. Don’t show up starving and you’ll be less likely to over-indulge. Choose your favorites. Decide beforehand what your family’s favorite […]

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3 TIPS TO INCREASE YOUR FAMILY’S PHYSICAL FITNESS

Does your family get enough exercise? According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, only one in three children are physically active every day and less than 5% of adults participate in 30 minutes of physical activity each day. But you can change these numbers and improve your family’s health! Regular physical activity […]

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PROTECT YOUR FAMILY:
Prevent Prescription Drug Poisoning

Every 30 seconds a poison control center receives a call about a child being accidentally exposed to a poison – and nearly half of those poisons are over-the-counter and prescription medications. To prevent prescription drugs from finding their way into young hands, it is important that you not only keep your current medications in a […]

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