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ADHD in Preschoolers: What to Look For and How to Help
HelpforADHD
Does your young child have ADHD? Deciding if your child should be tested for ADHD during the preschool years is not easy. Most families wait until children start school before an evaluation. But when needed, ADHD can be diagnosed as early as three years old.

Button Batteries Sending Kids to the ER
Lee Memorial Health System
The same cells that power our good times are more and more often endangering our kids. Hidden inside many of their toys are these: coin-sized button batteries.



The Breakdown on Bedwetting
Lee Memorial Health System
A growing problem and a going problem. More families are dealing with bedwetting than ever before. In the 1950s, most kids were dry through the night by age two. But times have changed.



Holiday Travel - Child Safety Away from Home
Lee Memorial Health System
Sally Kreuscher is a child advocate with Golisano Childrenís Hospital. She finds hectic holidays lend themselves to mistakes; many families are out of their safety zone and accidents happen.

Stuttering- A Window of Opportunity
Lee Memorial Health System
So your young child keeps getting hung up when trying to express a thought or word. You noticed, out of nowhere, they started stuttering. Should you be worried?



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