What Moms Need to Know About Picky Eaters

By Intermountain Healthcare
iMOM-WhatMomsNeedtoKnowAboutPickyEaters

Right from the start, some children are easy to feed and others are not. From struggles with breast- or bottle-feeding to reluctance to try new foods to refusing to eat anything that isn’t macaroni and cheese, some kids present feeding challenges that consume a huge amount of their parents’ time and energy. Much of this is normal and predictable – but in some children, picky eating is a problematic sign that needs attention. Digestive disorders and allergies aside (these are medical problems requiring your doctor’s evaluation and advice), here are some things moms and dads need to know about this all-too common problem.

Primary Children’s Hospital Enhances Its Service Area Through New Partnership

By Cami Hill
Dr. Osguthorpe, with the Utah Valley Hospital Primary Children's Network, examines a pediatric patient

Primary Children’s Hospital has partnered with Utah Valley Hospital to make specialty pediatric care more accessible to Utah County residents. Since Utah County is one of the youngest counties in the nation, demand for children’s health care is high.

5 Things You Should Do Before Delivery

By Collin Searle
PregnancyPrep

When you first get pregnant, it seems like 9 months is FOREVER. Sharing in the love of a new little bundle of joy is exciting and all you can think about is holding that baby in your arms. But before you know it, you have your baby showers behind you and just a big belly in the front, with your due date around the corner. Check out our list of To Do’s that you’ll want to do BEFORE that new baby enters the world.