Health Tip: Visiting the Doctor When Your Infant is
(HealthDay News) -- "Well-child visits" at regular intervals can
help keep your child healthy and spot any potential problems.
The U.S. National Library of Medicine suggests how to make the
most of these important visits to the pediatrician:
- Be prepared with a list of questions for the pediatrician about
your child's health.
- Write down what the pediatrician says about your child's
development, growth, health and safety, and nutrition.
- Keep a chart of your child's milestones, and discuss with the
- Talk to your doctor about ways to keep your child at a healthy
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