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Breastfeeding Q&A

New parents are faced with the decision of how to feed their newborn. The options include exclusive breastfeeding, breastfeeding and supplementing with pumped milk or formula, pumping and feeding breastmilk in a bottle, giving donor milk or giving formula. Oftentimes circumstances require making changes to the feeding plan, despite an already agreed upon method. For […]

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NEW DATA SHOWS TEENS ARE DIETING
MORE THAN EVER BEFORE

Messages suggesting that teens need to change their physical appearance are everywhere – on social media, on television, in magazines and in movies. Those messages are often reinforced with comments from friends, family members, coaches, and even strangers. As a result, teens can develop distorted perceptions about body image, attitudes about food and physical activity, […]

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One Question Could Save Your Child’s Life

As pediatricians, the safety and well-being of all children is our primary concern. When we counsel families on topics like safe sleep, baby proofing a home, selecting the right car seat, sunscreen, choking risks and even preventative care, we are ensuring children grow up safe and healthy. Firearm safety is no different. Children are naturally […]

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SPORTS PHYSICALS:
Get your child ready to compete!

Summer is almost here but believe it or not, it’s also time to prepare for the next school year. Soon thousands of middle, junior and high school student-athletes will be trying out and practicing for their school teams. Whether they’re playing on a court or a field, your child will need proof of a current […]

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CPCMG and CPEC:
Closed for Memorial Day

In honor of Memorial Day, all CPCMG and Children’s Primary Extended Care offices will be closed Monday, May 27, 2019. The nurse triage advice line will be available; please call your CPCMG pediatrician’s office for more information.

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10 Ways to Prevent Accidental Drowning

Drowning is the leading cause of accidental death in children ages one to four years old and the second leading cause of death for children ages one fourteen years old. Here are important tips and steps to take to prevent accidental drowning for children of all ages: #1: Provide constant supervision of your child in […]

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AN INTRODUCTION TO HEALTHY CHATS™

Healthy Chats™ is an educational forum that offers parent-child education focused on the physical and emotional changes associated with puberty, and age appropriate information regarding birth and conception. Healthy Chats™ was created by Dr. Chrystal de Freitas in 1991 who is a pediatrician with Children’s Primary Care Medical Group’s Carmel Valley office.  Dr. de Freitas […]

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How to Find the Best Pediatrician
for Your Baby

Congratulations, you’re pregnant! In addition to setting up a nursery, baby-proofing your home, picking out the perfect name, getting ready for a baby shower or two and setting up your gift registry, oohing and aahing over cute baby clothes, find the right car seat and stroller – and just a few other million things on […]

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ASK THE CPCMG PEDIATRICIAN:
FINDING TIME TO EXERCISE

“I am so busy keeping track of an active three-year-old! How can I find time in my schedule for some exercise?” It’s true that you need to keep a close eye on toddlers, so it might feel like almost every minute of every day is spoken for. But I have a few suggestions for you! […]

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CPCMG Announces Holiday Hours

It’s hard to believe the holidays are already here! Please note CPCMG’s holiday hours: Monday, December 24: CPCMG open 8am to 12pm; CPEC closed. Tuesday, December 25: CPCMG and CPEC are both closed. Monday, December 31: CPCMG open 8am to 12pm; CPEC closed. Tuesday, January 2, 2019: CPCMG and CPEC are both closed. Our nurse triage […]

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