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Keep your kids safe in the car: National Child Passenger Safety Week

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recognizes September 18-24, 2022 as Child Passenger Safety Week.



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Mary Bridge Children’s care teams and donors help Nohea triumph over cancer

Like most kids her age, 4-year-old Nohea loves to sing, dance, play dress-up and ride her Hello Kitty bike.



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Your roundup of back-to-school resources

In this article roundup, you’ll find tips and advice to help you navigate this hectic time and support the health and well-being of your children as they return to the classroom.



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Your guide to back-to-school immunizations

Backpacks, check. Pencils, check. Vaccinations . . . check?



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Back-to-school: How to help kids with first-day jitters & anxiety

Good job! Reading this post shows you care for your children and want to support them. Get ready for the back-to-school jitters conversation.



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Getting to school safely series: Traveling by car or bus

While walking and biking are ideal ways to get to school, they aren’t always feasible for families.



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How to stay healthy this back-to-school season

Summer is winding down, which means children will soon head back to the classroom.



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Getting to school safely series: walking and biking

In the first of this two-part series, we’ll share safety tips for walking and biking.



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Summer meals return to Mary Bridge Children's

In partnership with the USDA Summer Food Service Program, Mary Bridge Children's Outpatient Center is a sponsor site, offering free meals throughout the summer for children under 18 years old.



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What you might not know about autism and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic

If there has been one constant throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been change. Case rates, hospitalizations, virus variants and restrictions have all ebbed and flowed. The collective impact of all this change has been hard to navigate, and it has been particularly challenging for autistic people.



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