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“Is Santa Real?” Talking to Your Kids About Santa and Other Fantasies

Bring on the merry and bring on the questions! We asked a child psychiatrist what to say when it’s time to address the “is Santa real?” question.
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Life After A Pediatric Brain Tumor: Addie Kingery’s Story

Addie Kingery was diagnosed with a pediatric brain tumor in her senior year. She developed a unique relationship with her surgeon. Watch her story.
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