Archive for December, 2011
My name is Dr. Edna Tello, MD. I am a board certified pediatrician, wife, mother of two, and community health educator. I started this blog in response to questions and requests from many of my parents, friends, and family members. As parents we all have different experiences but share many of the same questions, concerns, and issues throughout the lifelong process of parenting. This blog is written in hopes that my posts regarding health topics, child development, and parenting puzzles will be able to help readers improve their children’s well being. Many parents look to the internet for answers and I would like to be a source to help decipher some of the health related news as well as share some of my personal experience as a mother and pediatrician. I hope you enjoy, learn, and contribute to my posts and share with others to assist with my goal of reaching parents far and wide with my valuable expertise advice. Please email ABCS@personalizedpeds.com and let me know what you think of my posts, if there are any other topics you are interested in, or if you are in the South Florida area and would like to schedule a Health Seminar with yours truly.
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