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Choosing A Pediatrician: What New Moms Need To Know

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Start thinking about choosing a doctor for your child before they are born.

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Whether you’re a first time mom or recently relocated for work, choosing a pediatrician is one of the most important decisions you’ll make during your child’s early life. They’ll help guide you through those worrisome early days when it feels like you’re doing everything wrong, reassure you, and patch your child up when things get a little bumpy.

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