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American Academy of Pediatrics


Pediatrician

Lutheran General Hospital


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www.fitpregnancy.com

I don't like to pass judgment," says Mark Swislow, M.D., a pediatrician in Skokie, Ill., and a spokesman for the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).Whether they're breastfed or formula fed, some babies just like to suck a lot.If you're breastfeeding and want to introduce a pacifier, wait until nursing is going smoothly, usually when the baby is around 4 to 6 weeks old."I also advise parents to get rid of the pacifier when they're weaning the baby to a cup, at around 1 year," Swislow says.


aol.sesameworkshop.org [cached]

You can, however, pretty much rule out strep if the sore throat is accompanied by a "cough, runny nose, hoarseness, or conjunctivitis (pinkeye)," says Mark Swislow, M.D., a pediatrician at Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois.


www.fitpregnancy.com

5Underfeeding an unfussy baby "Some babies are sedate and don't cry very much," says Mark F. Swislow, M.D., a pediatrician in Skokie, Ill.
Some parents take that as a sign that the baby isn't hungry; he recalls two occasions when babies were so dehydrated at their one-week checkups that they had to be hospitalized. Feed your baby regularly and watch for signs that he's eating enough: He should have at least six wet diapers daily by the end of the first week.


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You can, however, pretty much rule out strep if the sore throat is accompanied by a "cough, runny nose, hoarseness, or conjunctivitis (pinkeye)," says Mark Swislow, M.D., a pediatrician at Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois.Such symptoms usually indicate a viral illness.


www.thetimesonline.com [cached]

Dr. Mark Swislow, a pediatrician in the Chicago suburb Skokie, contends the number of prescriptions is not surprising because ADHD affects up to 7 percent of the population and people often take the medicine for years.


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