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“They are not toys”: Dartmouth Health Children’s ophthalmologists urge safety when near fireworks, sparklers this July 4th

Emergency departments nationwide see a spike in injuries related to fireworks and sparklers each year around the Fourth of July, especially to the eyes.

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Celebrate with fireworks safely - be prepared, be safe, be responsible

Here are tips for keeping you—and your family—safe around fireworks.

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Dartmouth Health adds new providers from multiple disciplines across health system

Physicians, advanced practice professionals now accepting new patients

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Almost time for kickoff! Get the details for the 2024 CHaD All-Star Football Game

Event details, credential requests, and interview opportunities

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Autism diagnoses are more common, but no less challenging for families. Dartmouth Health Children’s offers tips for getting kids necessary supports

Treatment is never one-size-fits-all, and the definition of what qualifies as ASD has expanded in the last decade.

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Challenges and treatment for the growing number of ASD diagnoses

Being diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD) does not always translate into children getting the specific support they need, warns developmental and behavioral pediatrician, Nina Sand-Loud, MD. Find out how to get the right treatment for your child.

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Dartmouth Health Children’s, New Hampshire YMCAs partner as hosts for National Healthy Kids Day

Healthy Kids Day is a national initiative focused on improving the health and well-being of kids and families.

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