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HVP April 2017

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Page 30 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 31 ONSUME OMETHING WESOME CSA can stand for a lot of things. The stands for growing good food. Join a CSA to discover what it means for you. f i n d yo u r l o c a l f a r m at ...We take care of kids... 104 Fulton Avenue (Main oce) Poughkeepsie, NY 12603 845.452.1700 THE PEDIATRICIANS OF THE HUDSON VALLEY SM 'JTILJMMt)PQFXFMM+VODUJPOt)ZEF1BSL ,JOHTUPO.PEFOBt/FXCVSHI 1BXMJOHt1PVHILFFQTJFt3IJOFCFDL We Know Kids. Get to Know Us. Visit our website or call our main number to schedule an appointment with your Favorite Doc in our Fishkill and Hopewell Junction offices. Always accepting new patients. Open 365 days a year. 24-hour availability. Over 70 insurance plans accepted. Follow us on facebook & twitter Find out why Hudson Valley Parent magazine readers voted 18 of our providers as their "FAVORITE DOCS!" Make an appointment with your favorite doc, and find them on our website. The Children's Medical Group is all about kids, and all our Providers and staff members excel at what they do. Caring for kids is our life. And we wouldn't have it any other way. Nine "local" offices offer comprehensive medical services from birth through adolescence. Dr. Marc Habert Fishkill Office Dr. James Sulzer Fishkill Office Dr. Natasha Tzagoloff Fishkill Office Dr. Sejal Dalwadi Hopewell Junction Office Dr. Michael Kirpan Hopewell Junction Office Dr. Christine Verna Hopewell Junction Office It's important to direct your child to suitable websites and help them critique content. Help your child think critically about the content they read and see. Encourage them to check facts with multiple sources before including them in a school report. Teach them to distinguish between user-gener- ated content and that of reputable institutions. If you wouldn't do it face-to-face, don't do it online. Just because you feel protected by the seeming anonymity the Internet, children must be reminded that online is still the real world, and poor decisions or risky behavior can carry the same consequences. Paul Schwartz, Ph.D., is a profes- sor of psychology and education at Mount Saint Mary College in New- burgh. He has been writing columns about child behavior for Hudson Val- ley Parent for more than a decade. • Brand new, state of the art facility • Digital X-rays • iPad station in the waiting room • TVs mounted on ceilings during dental work • Great kid friendly space • Always taking extra time to listen & work through fears

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