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Growth & Development Center

All children follow basic patterns of growth and development, from infancy and early childhood through middle childhood and adolescence. Issues of teething, bedwetting, toilet training, thumb sucking and temper tantrums are faced by most parents. While there are guidelines for developmental stages, a delay in these areas does not always indicate a medical problem.

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