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Families First Summer 2014

  • Talk with the Venom Doc
  • Pests & Poison
  • Ages & Stages
  • What to Expect - Pre-K Doctor Visit
  • Taste of the Garden - Blueberries
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    Families First Spring 2014

  • Ages & Stages
  • NICU - Making More Room for Our Tiniest Patients
  • Take a Trip to WakeMed at Marbles
  • Taste of the Garden
  • Running for a Cause
  • Battery Alert - SafeKids
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    Families First Fall 2013

  • Ages & Stages
  • Poor Posture & Growing Pains 
  • Get Energized!
  • RSV & Your Baby
  • Taste of the Garden
  • Toy Safety Tips
  • When Baby Arrives
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    Families First Summer 2013

  • Let's Talk Tomatoes
  • Superheroes Drop in on WakeMed Children's - Everyday heroes bring big smiles
  • Duke Children's & WakeMed Children's Specialty Services
  • What's an ECG Screening?
  • Greenway Getaways
  • Pretty but Poisonous
  • Demystifying Hydration
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    Families First Spring 2013

  • Let's Talk Squash
  • Be an All-Star
  • When Fevers Rise
  • Babies Receive World-Class Care in WakeMed's NICU
  • Children & Chest-Wall Deformities
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    Families First Summer 2012

    -Summer Safety: Tips from a Travelin' Mama
    -Babysitter Basics
    -Beating the Heat
    -Money Matters

    Families First Spring 2012

    -Challenges of Puberty
    -Organized Sports
    -Lyme Disease

    Families First Fall 2011

    - Ready, Set, Potty!
    - Cooking with Kids
    - Yummy Apples

    Families First Spring 2011

    - ACHOOOOOO! Why do my eyes cry when the weather turns warm?
    - Happy Birthday WakeMed
    - Growing Gardens

     

    Families First Fall 2010

    - Picture Tour of WakeMed Childrens'
    - Pediatric Surgical Services Expands with Addition of Pediatric Surgeon
    - Child Life Specialists Offer Support, Comfort

    Families First Spring 2010

    - #2 And You
    - Meet the New Peds GI Doctor
    - Keeping Toys Clean

     

    Families First Fall 2009 

    - The Flu Bug
    - Is it a concussion?
    - Snack attack

    Families First Spring 2009

    -Getting your Vitamin D
    -The Importance of Play
    -Epilepsy

    Families First: Spring 2008

    -Video Games, Computers Causing Injuries?
    -Moms and Ergonomics: Perfect Posture
    -Eat Your Veggies

    Families First: Fall 2008

    -Diabetes Basics
    -Eating Healthy
    -New Children's Hospital Coming to WakeMed

    Families First: Fall 2007

    -Maintaining a Healthy Balance
    -Sleepytime
    -Off to a New School

    Families First: Summer 2007

    -Summer Safety
    -Turning Ten: Children's Emergency Department
    -Off to Overnight Camp

     

     

     

     
     

     

     

     

    In This Section
    Summer 2014 - Talk with the Venom Doc
    Summer 2014 - Pests & Poison
    Summer 2014 - Ages & Stages
    Summer 2014 - What to Expect - Pre-K Doctor Visit
    Summer 2014 - Taste of the Garden - Blueberries
    Summer 2014 - Subscribe to Families First E-Newsletter
    Sping 2014 - Ages & Stages
    Sping 2014 - NICU - Making More Room for Our Tiniest Patients
    Sping 2014 - Take a Trip to WakeMed at Marbles
    Sping 2014 - Taste of the Garden
    Sping 2014 - Running for a Cause
    Sping 2014 - Battery Alert - SafeKids
    Fall 2013 - Ages & Stages
    Fall 2013 - Belly Breathing & Core Strengthening
    Fall 2013 - Get Energized!
    Fall 2013 - RSV & Your Baby
    Fall 2013 - Taste of the Garden
    Fall 2013 - Toy Safety Tips
    Fall 2013 - When Baby Arrives
    Summer 2013 - Demystifying Hydration
    Summer 2013 - Duke Children's & WakeMed Children's Specialty Services
    Summer 2013 - Lets Talk Tomatoes
    Summer 2013 - Greenway Getaways
    Summer 2013 - Pretty but Poisonous
    Summer 2013 - Superheroes Drop in on WakeMed Children's
    Summer 2013 - What's an ECG Screening?
    Spring 2013 - When Fevers Rise
    Spring 2013 - Let’s Talk About Squash!
    Spring 2013 - Children & Chest Wall Deformities
    Spring 2013 - Be an All Star!
    Spring 2013 - Babies Receive World-Class Care in WakeMed’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit