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COVID-19 Pediatric Update, 05.01.2020

View or download a pdf version. We hope that you are doing well in these trying times. The following information is provided to give you the latest update about the science behind this novel viral pandemic, along with references for those more academically inclined. The information from our original 3/16/20 and 4/1/20 handouts are still […]

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2020 Newsletters

January 2020 Newsletter February 2020 Newsletter March 2020 Newsletter April 2020 Newsletter May 2020 Newsletter June 2020 Newsletter July 2020 Newsletter August 2020 Newsletter September 2020 Newsletter October 2020 Newsletter November 2020 Newsletter December 2020 Newsletter

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In the Media 2019

December 15, 2019 – TownHall: “Medical Associations Embrace Propaganda, Not Science” December 7, 2019 – The Christian Post: “Christian groups back new LGBT civil rights bill that protects religious institutions” December 2, 2019 – The Federalist: “Most Americans Think Cohabitation Is Fine, But That’s Not What Social Science Says” December 2, 2019 – Pregnancy Help […]

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IMPORTANT DECISIONS DESERVE A SECOND LOOK ACPeds is the most sought-after medical organization by conservative media, policymakers, and legal organizations like Alliance Defending Freedom, Liberty Counsel, the Family Research Council, Family Watch International and the Center for Family & Human Rights. WHY? Because ACPeds is the only nonreligious medical organization promoting SCIENCE that truly Protects […]

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2019 Parent Talk

October 30 – Setting Social Media Boundaries for Your Family October 16 – Pornography and Your Child September 25 – Vaping August 28 – Vaccines Save Lives June 26 – Internet Safety Month May 8 – Child Mental Health Update April 10 – Bedtime Routines for the Busy Family March 29 – Health Benefits of Siblings and Dealing […]

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2019 Newsletters

January 2019 – part 1 and part 2 February 2019 – part 1 and part 2 March 2019 – part 1 and part 2 April 2019 May 2019 June 2019 July 2019 August 2019 September 2019 October 2019 November 2019 December 2019

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Sex is Scientific and Consequential

Click here to see and sign the Petition to Uphold the Scientific Definition of Sex in Federal Law and Policy Click at the following link to read a letter prepared by medical, legal, policy organizations and academics: Scientific Definition of Sex in Law Protects Health and Rights of All. The Association of American Physicians and […]

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Gender Confusion and Transgender Identity- Part II

Gender Confusion or Gender Dysphoria (GD) of childhood describes a psychological condition in which children experience a marked incongruence between their experienced gender and the gender associated with their biological sex. When this occurs in the pre-pubertal child, GD resolves in the vast majority of patients by late adolescence. Currently, there is a vigorous debate […]

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2018 Parent Talk

October 24 – Is Flu Mist Being Underrated? October 10 – Peer Pressure: Do you know your teen’s closest friends? September 19 – School-Based Health Centers: Friend or Foe? August 29 – School Lunches – Back to School Tips for a Healthy School Year (Part 2) August 15 – Backpack Safety – Back to School Tips for a Healthy […]

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Domestic Violence: Resources for Parents and Families

Knowing how to help a victim can be hard and dangerous.  For more information: Help Someone in an Unhealthy Relationship: Quick tips Help a Friend or Family Member Tips for Intervening If You Witness Domestic Violence When Your Family Member is Abusing Their Partner To understand more about abuse: Understanding Why Victims Stay ‘I Went […]

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