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Swim Safety and Drowning Prevention

Pools, the ocean, rivers and lakes can all be fun places for a family swim. What’s more, swimming is healthy for us in many ways! Before heading out though, take time to learn or refresh yourself on the basics of swim safety and drowning prevention. Swim Safety and Drowning Prevention Drowning Drowning continues to be […]

Choking First Aid for Infants

Choking is a common cause of injury and death in children. While this is scary, the good news is that choking is usually preventable. If you do observe a baby choking, follow the steps below in Choking First Aid for Infants and call 911. You can also learn more first aid skiils before baby arrives […]

3 Ways to Contact Poison Control

Dr. Kelly Johnson-Arbor is board certified in Emergency Medicine, Medical Toxicology, and Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine. Currently, she serves as the medical director of hyperbaric medicine at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, DC. She is co-medical director of National Capital Poison Center. Below Dr. Johnson Arbor shares expertise on how parents can avoid poisons and […]

COVID19 and Newborn Care Best Practices

COVID19 and Newborn Care Best Practices for our Night Nurses and Postpartum Caregivers working in the family home have been updated as the coronavirus pandemic evolves. Vaccinations are now widely available and covid19 testing easily accessible, so we’re able to service more families while still remaining vigilant with safety. Below is a breakdown of our […]

Flu Shots and COVID: Yes, We Need Both Vaccines!

Flu Shots and COVID vaccines are powerful health tools that keep us safe. Our resident expert, Public Health Nurse and Infection Prevention Specialist, Laura Hegarty-Moore explains why both are important to good health, and dispels some common myths about flu shots and COVID. Why is it more important than ever to get your flu vaccine […]