Kenneth J Kim Pediatrics

Kenneth J Kim Pediatrics

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Hello,

My name is Tabatha and I am looking for an opportunity to work as a pediatric RN. I would like to share my resume with you for consideration if an opening would be available.
Would be any email address that I could get in touch?

Looking forward to hear back from you.
Thank you.

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msn.com 09/24/2020

Art is good for your kids—and here’s the science why

msn.com Plus, five ideas for easy at-home art projects

04/14/2020

Healthy Children

Staying home and physical distancing is still the best way to protect your family and your community from #COVID19. But there are circumstances when you may have to leave the house. If your family must leave your home, anyone over age 2 should wear cloth face coverings. Here is more information for your family:

aap.org 11/21/2019

Breakfast

aap.org APP Voices blog post on the importance of breakfast for young children to ensure optimal growth and development.

reuters.com 08/28/2019

Pureed peanuts advised for infants to stave off allergy

reuters.com (Reuters Health) - Feeding pureed peanut products regularly to babies before the...

healthychildren.org 09/16/2018

Is Your Baby Hungry or Full? Responsive Feeding Explained

healthychildren.org ​VIDEO and INFOGRAPHIC - Learn all about the practice of responsive feeding and how to understand, recognize, and respond to your baby's hunger or fullness cues. You can practice responsive feeding when breastfeeding, bottle feeding and when providing solid foods. ​

healthychildren.org 09/11/2018

Energy Out: Daily Physical Activity Recommendations

healthychildren.org The daily recommendation for physical activity for children 6 years and older is at least 60 minutes per day. Active play is the best exercise for younger children.

healthychildren.org 09/07/2018

Getting Your Baby to Sleep

healthychildren.org Babies do not have regular sleep cycles until about 6 months of age. Here are some suggestions that may help your baby (and you) sleep better at night.

08/22/2018

Healthy Children

Many new mothers worry about whether their babies are properly nourished. Breastfeeding mothers cannot measure exactly how much milk their newborns take, but they can tell in other ways whether their babies are getting enough to eat. How to tell if your baby is getting enough milk. #NBM18

07/17/2018

CDC

When was your last tetanus shot? Help your family stay up to date with their tetanus vaccines so they have the best protection against the serious illness commonly known as lockjaw. http://bit.ly/2JlPpKs

06/17/2018

World Health Organization (WHO)

#DYK that a can of soda can contain about 8.5 🥄 of sugar? That’s more than the daily limit for children aged 4-5 years.

06/17/2018

World Health Organization (WHO)

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Increasing physical activity can prevent our children becoming obese.
Less screen time, more play and recreation time is key 👍

healthychildren.org 04/27/2018

Child Immunization Schedule: Why Is It Like That?

healthychildren.org Experts answer commonly asked questions regarding childhood immunizations schedules.

healthychildren.org 03/24/2018

Childhood Nutrition

healthychildren.org What children eat is important to both physical and mental development. Here’s what children need — no matter what the age.

02/23/2018

CDC

Flu is widespread across the U.S., and while a flu shot is still the best way to prevent flu, antiviral drugs are the best way to treat flu infection. If you are very sick with flu, or at high risk of developing flu complications and you get flu symptoms, contact your health care provider sooner rather than later. You might need antiviral medications to treat flu. Watch to learn how you can help protect yourself and your family. http://bit.ly/2kcLO6F

01/08/2018

UNICEF

Didn't know why kids liked dinosaurs!

Hands up if you loved dinosaurs as a child.

If not, what were you obsessed with?

via World Economic Forum

consumer.healthday.com 08/07/2017

Can Breast Milk Feed a Love of Vegetables?

consumer.healthday.com Think of it as an early stealth strategy in the war against picky eating, researchers say

reuters.com 07/12/2017

More evidence that outdoor time may help prevent nearsightedness

reuters.com By Anne Harding(Reuters Health) - Kids who spend more time outdoors and who play sports are less likely to be near-sighted, according to a recent stu

jamanetwork.com 06/05/2017

Your Child’s First Cell Phone

This is a good guideline for your child's first cell phone

jamanetwork.com Many parents wonder what age to provide their child with a cell phone. When making this decision, there are several considerations to know if your child is ready and how to help him or her use it safely. Many parents provide their child with a cell phone as an emergency phone, such as a flip phone....

05/22/2017

American Academy of Pediatrics

Dr. Patricia Braun explains AAP’s new guidelines on fruit juice, “Fruit Juice in Infants, Children, and Adolescents: Current Recommendations,” and offers parents tips on how much juice is too much for children. Too much juice can cause obesity and tooth decay.

03/29/2017

MedPage Today

Can exposure to bacteria through “bad” childhood habits give kids a better chance at avoiding allergic responses as they get older?

smartbrief.com 03/28/2017

Breastfeeding may reduce hyperactivity risk, study says

smartbrief.com Children who were exclusively breast-fed for at least six months had slightly less hyperactive behavior at age 3 but not at age 5, compared with those who weren't breast-fed, but there were no significant differences in cognitive development at ages 3 and 5, Irish researchers reported in Pediatrics....

nih.gov 03/15/2017

Healthy Diet May Fend Off Type 2 Diabetes After Gestational Diabetes

nih.gov By keeping a healthy diet in the years after pregnancy, women who develop diabetes during pregnancy can greatly reduce their risk for type 2 diabetes, a new study found.

allergypartners.com 03/10/2017

Allergy Myth Busters: I’m allergic to pesticides on fruits - Springfield

allergypartners.com Inspired by one of our favorite television shows, Allergy Myth Busters looks at a number of popularly held beliefs about …

02/25/2017

World Health Organization (WHO)

If you think your child might be depressed, talk to him or her about any worries or concerns, and seek professional help if needed.

02/25/2017

World Health Organization (WHO)

Eat at least 5 portions of fruit and vegetables per day 🍌🍅🍏🥕🍊

01/05/2017

American Academy of Pediatrics

Most kids should start eating peanut-containing foods well before their first birthdays, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) recommends today. AAP endorses these guidelines that outline a new approach to reduce the risk of peanut allergy in children.

healthychildren.org 12/15/2016

How to Get Your Child to Eat More Fruits & Veggies

healthychildren.org ​​We all know that eating fruits and vegetables is important. But how do you get kids to eat more of these foods? These tips might help.

kidsactivitiesblog.com 11/30/2016

How To Teach Kids To Stop Interrupting - KidsActivitiesBlog.com

kidsactivitiesblog.com Teach kids to stop interrupting with these 10 tips! I love #1 and #3! Genius!

11/16/2016

Healthy Children

It's Get Smart About Antibiotics Week. Here are 10 common questions many parents have about when antibiotics are needed - and when they're not. http://ow.ly/9pIv306cA8A

mdedge.com 11/11/2016

Fatal measles complication occurs more often than realized

mdedge.com A fatal complication of measles known as subacute sclerosing panencephalitis, or SSPE, can develop years after measles infection and appears to occur much more often than published reports suggest.

10/29/2016

CDC

Infants should sleep in the same bedroom as their parents – but on a separate surface, such as a crib or bassinet, and never on a couch, armchair or soft surface. These and more new safe sleep recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics bit.ly/2dDQYUo.

10/29/2016

CDC

Did you know? Children without dental sealants have about 3 times more cavities than children with sealants. Sealants are a quick, easy, and painless way to prevent most of the cavities children get in their back teeth. http://bit.ly/2crsVfk

10/11/2016

The New York Times - Well - Health

“We can help kids be more healthy and adventurous eaters, but it takes time.”

09/08/2016

American Academy of Pediatrics

Flu vaccine is an essential vaccine for children. The flu virus is common and unpredictable, and it can cause serious complications even in healthy children. The American Academy of Pediatrics strongly recommends annual influenza immunization for all people ages 6 months and older. This year, AAP recommends the flu shot, and not the nasal spray vaccine, because studies show the flu shot provides better protection. ow.ly/T5fk303WVO3

08/25/2016

Washing hands frequently is one of the best ways to prevent illnesses.

At school, sharing is caring, except when it comes to germs! Remind your students to wash their hands with soap throughout the school day. go.usa.gov/x2DsJ

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