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Alison Solomon, RN, is the nurse at the Get Well Place at LeafSpring School at Three Chopt, where she cares for mildly ill children, as well as children from the community who are too sick to go to their own school or childcare. She uses her sixteen years of nursing experience to consults with teachers and staff about healthy habits to teach children. She and her husband have three children and are also foster parents.

Notes on Summer Safety

Climb on and we’ll all go together!” Golf carts aren’t just for the course anymore. Leave it to parents to find a new use for the golf cart: the mover of all the things and all the people. These slow-moving…

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Is Foster Parenting for You?

When I was single and a 20-something-year-old pediatric nurse, a child in my care needed a foster home. I loved him, and for about fifteen minutes, I considered it, before realizing I was nowhere near ready for that commitment and…

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Disease Comeback Stories

We don’t usually associate the phrase “history repeats itself” with illness, but sometimes diseases we thought were ancient history – or at least so uncommon they slide off the radar – make a sneaky comeback. Here’s a look at four…

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