5 Ways to Increase Breast Milk Production via Healthline.com | Pediatric and Laser Dentistry

Can you increase breast milk production? If you’re worried that you’re not producing enough breast milk for your baby, you’re not alone. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that approximately 75 percent of new mothers start off breastfeeding their babies, but many stop either partially or completely within the first few months. One of the most common […]

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Prenatal Exposure to Folic Acid | Pediatric and Laser Dentistry

New research provides evidence that prenatal exposure to folic acid fortification is associated with a reduced risk for symptoms of psychosis. The study, published in JAMA Psychiatry, found that increased in utero folic acid exposure was associated with changes in later brain development. Read the entire article: https://www.psypost.org/2018/07/prenatal-exposure-folic-acid-linked-altered-cerebral-cortex-development-protects-psychosis-51679

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Executive Power in the Nursery: How a Baby’s Cry Rattles Our Executive Functions | Pediatric and Laser Dentistry

A baby’s cry not only commands our attention, it also rattles our executive functions—the very neural and cognitive processes we use for making everyday decisions, according to a new University of Toronto study. Read the complete article on NueroSciencesNews.com here: http://neurosciencenews.com/cognitive-conflict-baby-crying-4267/

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Quick Tips For Parents | Pediatric and Laser Dentistry

Whitening Toothpastes Whitening toothpastes have polishing agents in addition to the mild abrasives that help remove surface stains from teeth. Teeth that have surface stains are cleaned and whitened by whitening toothpastes; however, deeper stains won’t be touched. If your teeth have deeper, darker stains due to injury or certain medications, a more thorough brightening treatment, such as bleaching or […]

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10 best ways to grow your newborn baby’s brain | Pediatric and Laser Dentistry

“The human brain has 100 billion nerve cells, all of which are present at birth but have few links between them. Babies’ brains develop by creating an intricate network between these cells. Research shows that there are certain types of experiences you can give your baby to build those lasting connections. And the good news is, they’re all easy to […]

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Be Prepared for Childhood Tooth Injuries | Pediatric and Laser Dentistry

AAPD President-Elect Dr. Ed Moody recently spoke with Anna Nguyen, Healthy Kids Blog Editor at Philly.com in regards to tooth injuries in children. According to the story: Just as kids prep for their spring sports season, it’s good for parents to know what to do in case of dental-related accident. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recently released a guide that takes you through step-by-step […]

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