CanopyCare

CanopyCare

A premium on demand healthcare service for kids!

Canopy Care is the marriage between personal and caring medicine with ease of access and integrated technology. Focusing on pediatrics first, we aim to bring your child's healthcare needs to you in the form of telemedicine, emails, image-sharing, texting, phone calls, and in-home visits.

Health is not just about the body, but also the mind, development, nutrition, and exercise. Canopy Care wants to be a partner in your child's health-in both illness and wellness. We offer high-touch communication that goes both ways. We will reach out to you regularly via your preferred method with updated health information, fun and healthy recipes, local activities that promote fitness and community, and individual reminders.

We look forward to knowing you and your family. Please contact us with any questions!

Your Baby’s First Year: What to Read to Them at Every Stage | Brightly

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readbrightly.com The difference between a newborn baby and a 1-year-old is amazing! These books and reading techniques are great for each of their various first-year stages.

Healthy Children

Children develop at different rates but usually are able to do certain activities around specific ages. If you’re concerned about your child’s physical development, this AAP tool can help track key milestones and provide printable results to discuss with your pediatrician. http://motordelay.aap.org/

NAPNAP: National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners

The new recommendations may surprise parents who thought 100 percent fruit juices was healthy for babies, or nutritionally equivalent to fruit itself. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/22/well/family/pediatricians-say-no-fruit-juice-in-childs-first-year.html?_r=0

My First Poems: 12 Great Poetry Books for Kids Ages 0 - 4 | Brightly

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These look so fun! Do you read your baby/child poetry?

readbrightly.com With fun rhythm and rhyme, the stories that unfold across the pages of these picture and board books are great first introductions to poems.

Simple Rules for Healthy Eating

nytimes.com

"Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants." -MP

An excellent and quick to read article for healthy eating!

nytimes.com There’s a lot of advice out there about what kinds of food you should be avoiding. Here’s a more positive approach.

Short Answers to Hard Questions About HPV

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The HPV vaccine is effective and works. This is an excellent article if you have some questions.

nytimes.com A new report suggests that almost half of Americans between 18 and 59 are infected with HPV. What does that mean?

Zika: Need to Know from the CDC | National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners

An excellent resource on Zika Virus:

www.napnap.org https://www.napnap.org/zika-need-know-cdc

Why there will never be an Uber for healthcare

techcrunch.com

" Healthcare is a relationship business" We wholeheartedly agree! What are your thoughts about how healthcare could improve?

techcrunch.com You should walk away from anyone who says there can be an “Uber for healthcare.” It is the equivalent of someone saying they “have a bridge to sell..

More Children Accidently Poisoned by 'Essential Oils'

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Essential oils have a great role in well-being and for natural remedies. It's important to think of them as medicine also and keep them out of our little one's reach. Be safe everyone! 😊

consumer.healthday.com Tennessee poison center reports doubling of dangerous exposures since 2011, mostly in kids

Kids Who Code: 8 Terrific Books That Introduce Programming

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Do your kids know how to code?! I am so impressed that the future generation will grow up knowing this!

www.readbrightly.com Does your kid want to create their own computer games? These fun guidebooks teach children the basics of coding, programming, and writing software.

Kids' Fruit Drinks, Juices Contain Day's Worth of Sugar

consumer.healthday.com

No juices needed! (Unless 1-2 ounces of unsweetened organic prune juice works for your baby's constipation 💩)

consumer.healthday.com Study was conducted in Britain, but U.S. experts say similar results would be found in America

More Support for Early Exposure to Peanuts to Prevent Allergies

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Happy Monday! Hoping you all had a lovely and safe weekend.

This is so interesting to follow! Every baby should be managed and treated on an individual basis. Be sure to talk to your PCP (primary care provider) about early allergen exposure if you have concerns and questions.

Have a wonderful week!

mobile.nytimes.com Two new studies provide further support that very early exposure to peanuts and some other foods could prevent food allergies.


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