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Fevers: Don't Sweat It!

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Pediatric Dosage Charts

Is your child's weight-based dose of Benadryl, Tylenol and Advil hard to keep straight? We got you covered! 

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What Parents Need To Know About Coronavirus and Influenza This Week

What a week to start watching the new Netflix docuseries, Pandemic! With all of the health news coming out this week, it feels very fitting. But in all seriousness, I’m one episode away from finishing Pandemic, and I already give it 5 stars and a standing ovation. They masterfully presented the immense effort of scientists […]

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What Parents Need To Know About The Measles Outbreak

This post was originally published in February 2019 in response to the measles outbreak in Washington state. Since then, the number of measles cases have continued to grow across the United States. I’m tracking all new measles cases and outbreaks and adding updates to the top of this post. Below these updates you will find […]

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Mandatory Reporting, Patient Rights, And When Law Enforcement Should Intervene

The national news recently picked up a story that is close to home for me. Several weeks ago in Chandler, Arizona, children were removed from their home after a mother refused to take her unvaccinated child with a 105 degree fever to the hospital. Law enforcement was at the home for 3 hours trying to […]

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TEDx Talk: Why I Changed My Mind On Vaccines

The organizers of the Grand Canyon University TEDx event asked me to share my story about vaccinations. It was an amazing experience, and I was honored and humbled to be given the opportunity to share my message on the TEDx stage. In addition to explaining why I left vaccine-hesitancy behind, and now advocate for immunizations, […]

Dani Stringer TEDx Talk Vaccines

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5 Things I Learned At The NAPNAP Conference

Last week, I had the wonderful pleasure of going to Chicago to attend the 39th Annual National Conference on Pediatric Health held by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP). The NAPNAP conference was truly excellent, and Chicago is such a lovable city! Being the Irish girl I am, I couldn’t resist going a […]

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What Parents Need to Learn from the Larry Nassar Case

One of the big safety tips parents and educators tell their children is that no one should look at or touch your private parts unless a medical provider needs to examine you during a checkup. Most of us have learned this since we were very little. This is a great lesson, but what is a […]

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The Best KidNurse Posts of 2017

As we approach the end of the year, and reflect on the big moments, it’s fun to look back at all of the blog posts I’ve published here on KidNurse this past year. 2017 had some truly wonderful highlights. These are some of my favorites! 1. TEDx Talk | Why I Changed My Mind On […]

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Pediatric Health Innovation And Evidence-Based Medicine

This has been a busy month in the KidNurse world. We’ve seen the KidNurse Community grow to over 800 members. I fielded a few interviews with media outlets about pediatric health innovation and evidence-based medicine. And we had a great response to the call for cards to deliver to home-bound veterans. Pediatric Health Innovation At […]

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KidNurse Movie Review: Wonder

I have been waiting on pins and needles for the release of the new heartwarming film, Wonder. Based on the New York Times best-selling book by R.J. Palacio, Wonder tells the story of 10-year old August “Auggie” Pullman, a young man born with severe disabilities. After having endured 27 surgeries, Auggie had extensive craniofacial abnormalities […]

Wonder Movie Review | KidNurse review of the children's movie Wonder based on the best-selling book.

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KidNurse Veteran’s Day Appreciation Card Drive For Kids

With fall fully underway, Veteran’s Day is just around the corner on Saturday, November 11th, and I am planning something fun to help kids show their appreciation for our nation’s veterans. While most people know me as the KidNurse, you may not know that in addition to my work at KidNurse, and caring for pediatric […]

KidNurse Veteran’s Day Appreciation Card Drive For Kids

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