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Kamei Tolba, MD, FAAP

Five FAQs about Toddlers & Sleep

As a parent to two children under the age of three, I know that a good night’s sleep is important for everyone in the family. For toddlers, sleep is vital to their mental and physical development. When a child is sleeping, their brain is processing what they have learned and experienced, retaining the information for […]

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GETTING KIDS UP AND MOVING
DURING THE PANDEMIC

These last few months have been very stressful for families. With uncertainty about a wide range of things like job security to schooling from home to the availability of toilet paper, we are dealing with new levels of stress and anxiety. The changes to our environment and routines affect everyone and that includes our kids […]

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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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Sun, Sand and Safety on the Beach

Heading to the beach this summer? Brush up on your safety skills and review these helpful tips to keep your family safe on the sand and in the surf.

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Rip Currents: A common beach hazard

Summer is here, the weather is warm and families are flocking to San Diego’s beaches. With 70 miles of coastline, the most threatening hazard to swimmers are rip currents. What are rip currents?

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