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How to help a diabetic child get healthy from a doctor’s perspective

How to help a diabetic child get healthy from a doctor’s perspective

A pediatric doctor’s prescription for a daily multivitamin and mineral supplement has led to a surprising and unexpected result: the child’s diet.

Dr. David Hochberg of Florida Dental Associates is one of the doctors who prescribed this daily vitamin and mineral, and his findings have caught the attention of the public.

Hochberg says that despite the advice of his doctors and other experts, his children’s diet has become very unhealthy.

Houghton Mifflin Childrens Hospital pediatrician Dr. David A. Hochburger says he’s never seen anything like it.

The hospital has been testing more than 30 children since the birth of their child.

Houghton has had one child who is overweight and one who is on a low-carb diet.

And his youngest child has been diagnosed with asthma.

Hougner says the results have been very encouraging.

Hogarty says her youngest son, now an adult, is getting his vitamin and minerals from his mother’s prescription.

Hogan says she is thrilled to see her son eating more fruits and vegetables.

Hoga says she doesn’t think any of her kids are eating as much fruits and veggies as they used to, and she says the children have been eating more vegetables.

She also thinks she has gotten more exercise.

She says she’s had a lot of good news since her children started getting their vitamins and minerals.