• 29 SEP, 2019
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    When It's Time to Change, The D's Edition: Diarrhea Do’s & Don’t’s and Diaper Rash

    By: Michelle Place, CRNP-P Sometimes baby’s stools are on the other end of the spectrum and come out much looser than usual. Most often this is the result of a virus.  Avoid Dehydration The most important thing you can do is make sure your baby remains well hydrated because they lose a lot of extra

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    • 26 SEP, 2019
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    Farewell Dr. Hari Sachs

    With many mixed emotions, we announce that today, September 29, 2019, our beloved friend and colleague, Hari Sachs, MD, is retiring. Dr. Sachs joined Potomac Pediatrics as a part-time provider in 2002.  At the same time, she was working full time at the FDA heading up a program to evaluate the safety of medications in

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    • 23 SEP, 2019
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    Stress and Climate Change

    By Kim Burgess, Ph.D. Pediatric Psychology Center In a recent national survey, two-thirds of Americans report that they worry about climate change, yet two-thirds report that they ‘never’ or ‘rarely’ talk about it with family & friends. I’ve recently been asked whether or how we talk about it with children.  YES, we should have conversations

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    • 13 SEP, 2019
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    Girlology Partners with Potomac Pediatrics Enhancing Access to Better Health Education for Parents and Patients

    Greenville, SC, August 12, 2019 – Girlology, the go-to online resource for making girls’ lives healthier, today announced its partnership with Potomac Pediatrics, a multispecialty practice committed to delivering comprehensive medical care that addresses family health and lifestyle needs. Under terms of the partnership, Girlology will support Potomac Pediatrics with specialized practitioner training and education

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