5 Things Your Pediatrician Wants You to Know about Hand, Foot & Mouth

Written by Deena Blanchard MD, MPH.

“It’s going around”, is a common phrase I hear from parents. Right now, the normal seasonal increase in coxsackie virus (hand, foot, and mouth disease) is in full swing and we are seeing tons of kids with typical symptoms in the office. Even the mention of hand, foot mouth disease can send typically calm parents into full panic. I’m hoping after reading this article, that parents will realize that while this illness can certainly make your little one feel very uncomfortable, it is rarely life threatening or dangerous. Typically, with some time, love and good pain control, your little one will seem back to himself in a few days.

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No justice in the land of the free

blacklivesmatterAnger, despair, and outright disgust are just a few of the emotions that describe the sentiment regarding the recent police killings in Tulsa and Charlotte.  Every other week the nation has to face the senseless murders of our African-American men and women for minor infractions.  Each incident contains video evidence showing legal citizens being killed by those who take a sworn oath to protect and serve.  The African-American community knows the story line all too well of how this fatal injustice will end.  Demonizing the murdered victim through embellished reports of drugs, gun plantings, and a checkered past, provide the framework of why the police had no choice.  We are to believe there were no other alternatives for deescalating the situation, despite the fact law enforcement are trained to find alternative solutions.  We once again witness the turmoil from a grieving family who seek answers on why their loved one is senselessly murdered in the streets for sport.

It is amazing that more anger and discussion is being centered on why NFL quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, refuses to stand during the Star Spangled Banner verses the killings of American citizens.  Some are in an uproar that he decided to exercise his right to free speech to bring awareness to racial injustice and inequality.  Injustice that is constantly showcased for minor traffic stops, asking for directions, or just simply being who you are in your own neighborhood.  Has the question come up to what the American dream is for young African-American males?  While many other male cultures will live to go to college, get married, and raise a family, what is the reality for our young minority men?  The psychological paranoia, of do I look threatening to someone driving in my car or if I move to pull out my driver’s license will I be murdered by the police, remains constant.  These are realistic situations that face African-American men on a daily basis.  Where is the outrage from mainstream America and more specifically White citizens on this issue?

We can no longer continue to go about our daily lives as status quo as usual.  With the upcoming 2016 election in full swing, we must demand that local as well as national politicians recognize our lives matter.  Understanding and implementing economic knowledge to force change within our communities is imperative for survival.  Those that can provide for themselves will not be looked upon as the lowest, but respected and able to flourish for future generations.  Calling our local politicians to task will provide accountability and community growth.  Demanding that law enforcement officers who break the law are held accountable is the cornerstone of our justice system. African-Americans particularly will need to mobilize and fight fire with fire.  We will continue to insist for racial justice for all.

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Chicago Mayor Pledges $36 Million to Mentor Youths in Effort to Curb Violence – District Dossier – Education Week

In an address focused on curbing the gun violence that has plagued Chicago, Mayor Rahm Emanuel pledged $36 million in city and philanthropic funds to expand mentoring programs to 7,200 boys and male youths. He also plans to expand a similar program for women and opportunities for unemployed and out-of-school youths.

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Good Cybersecurity Can Be Good Marketing

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Good Cybersecurity Can Be Good Marketing

Recent research conducted by IBM among global boardroom and C-suite executives in 28 countries found that better cybersecurity is among their top technology priorities. But while CMOs “are key drivers of digital-based growth for most organizations, many are not in

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Guy Surprises Girlfriend With Proposal And Wedding On The Same Day

September 16 was a day Catie Bossard will never, ever forget.

Her boyfriend Zach Baldwin proposed to her last Friday during a weekend getaway in Vail, Colorado. Moments later he outdid himself when he revealed that he had also planned a wedding for that very day (yes, you read that right!) with the help of their family and friends.  

In a post on the Love What Matters Facebook page, Catie shared the story of her dual engagement-wedding day and expressed her total gratitude for Zach and all of the other people who made it possible.

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Industry steps up on IoT cybersecurity — is it enough?

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Industry steps up on IoT cybersecurity — is it enough?

The results of an attack on the industrial internet of things could be as bad a Bhopal or Chernobyl, warn some the largest corporations in the world.
A consortium of some of the largest multinational corporations in the world has

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Hawaii users could be part of largest cybersecurity attack

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Hawaii users could be part of largest cybersecurity attack

Yahoo may be dealing with the biggest data breach ever, after hackers steal cyberinformation from 500-million users.
Some Hawaii residents may have been affected, and that could lead to fines for the tech company from

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The New Way You’ll Get Hacked: Through That Banking App on Your Phone

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The New Way You’ll Get Hacked: Through That Banking App on Your Phone

You’ve changed your computer passwords and you stay away from dodgy Wi-Fi hotspots. But hackers have found a new way to access your online banking accounts — and it’s on the rise across America.
Hackers are accessing smartphone users’ bank

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Mom who swore at meeting not guilty of disorderly conduct – Education Week

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Central Bank publishes guidance on IT and Cybersecurity Risks

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Central Bank publishes guidance on IT and Cybersecurity Risks

The Central Bank of Ireland (the “Central Bank”) has published a guidance note in respect of IT and Cybersecurity Risks which highlights the Central Bank’s increased focus on risks in this area. The guidance note highlights that the IT and

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