Having a baby is a lovely and tremendous experience, but if you’re a working mother who also chooses to breastfeed, it often feels like a big task. The American Pregnancy Association recommends that children should be breastfed unless there is a medical reason not to. Those who opt to breastfeed and return to work may want to learn some of these important facts below.
It’s nearing that time of year again—summer camps are coming to a close and late night bonfires and s'mores will soon be a thing of the past. Before your kids head back to school, they will need to have their annual back-to-school check-up, and vaccination is one thing you’ll want to be sure to have done. We'll walk you through why vaccines are important, what you need to know about them, an immunization checklist, and how you can book your child's appointment!
A medical family tree, also known as family medical history, maps and records illnesses, conditions, and so much more that can come in handy throughout your lifetime. We’ll walk through the steps of how to gather information for your history and how to have those tough conversations with your family about medical history.
August marks Breastfeeding Awareness Month, which was officially declared in 2011 by the United States Breastfeeding Committee. And, while awareness for breastfeeding was officially introduced in 2011, both the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and North Clinic have been advocating for it for many years.