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Doctor Dave Shares On What Is Fever In A Seminar

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Fever Management in Children (Nov 2018)

November 26, 2018 By Kids Clinic 2277

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Dr Dave Ong was an invited speaker for a seminar titled “Secrets to Raising Children Successfully”, organised by Rise & Shine on 10 Nov at the NTU Alumni Auditorium. He shared on the management of fever in children, a question that is often raised by parents of young toddlers, along the way dispelling some common myths about

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Huge Crowd Listening To Infant Related Talk In 2018

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Caring for Common Issues in Newborns

October 19, 2018 By Kids Clinic 1584

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The Pregnancy to Parenthood seminar organised by Mummys Market was held on 13 October 2018 at the Singapore Expo. As part of a series of seminars, our paediatrician Dr Simon Ng shared with more than 200 expecting couples on common newborn issues that soon-to-be parents should take note of when caring for their new arrival. Dr Ng touched on

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From Baby To Toddler Seminar

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Helping Your Child Grow Happily and Healthily

September 22, 2018 By Kids Clinic 1754

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“Successful Transition: From Baby to Toddler”, a parenting seminar organised by Rise & Shine was held on 22 September 2018 at Suntec City Convention Centre with more than 250 parents and young ones in attendance. Our paediatricians Dr Dave Ong and Dr Oh Meng Choo shared on important nutrients for brain development and appropriate screen time behaviours for

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A Father Interacting With Son

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Baby 1, 2, 3: Caring for Your Toddler

August 20, 2018 By Kids Clinic 1657

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Several parents and their little ones joined us for a fun and educational afternoon at “Baby 1, 2, 3” on 18 August 2018, where they learnt how to best care for their growing child’s needs. Our paediatricians Dr Oh Meng Choo and Dr Mas Suhaila shared on child health topics such as nutritional needs and protecting children

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