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Dr. Karen Gaspardi and Dr. Carey Leeds (L-R) say their partnership as Sunnyside’s newest OB-GYN and women’s health physicians has the makings of a great lasting

Physicians specializing in women’s health care find Lower Valley to be a good fit by Julia Hart

Even though Dr. Karen Gaspardi and Dr. Carey Leeds have only been working together for a little over two months, the latest additions to the Sunnyside medical community already feel a deep sense of camaraderie. “We feel like we can easily consult with each other on our cases, because we think so very much alike,” said Leeds. “That is not the case in a lot of places,” she added. “It’s nice to know that if I have a patient who is ready to deliver and I can’t be there, that she (Leeds) can take over for me without a gap in care,” said Gaspardi. “I’ve never felt comfortable doing that in some of the other hospitals where I have worked,” Leeds said. The women, who have plied their women’s health skills on the east and west coasts, met when they came to Sunnyside to take on the responsibilities of providing obstetrics and gynecology care for Lower Valley women. Contracted with Sunnyside Community Hospital, the doctors share offices and a practice in the Lower Valley OB/GYN Center on East Lincoln Avenue. They also specialize in high risk pregnancies and other female health issues. Both physicians agree that women considering pregnancy should meet with an OB doctor beforehand to see if they will be compatible with

the physician when it comes to patient and baby care. “Women should feel free to ask all the questions they want regarding having a baby,” said Leeds. “It really helps when the mother-to-be is proactive about her personal health care,” agreed Gaspardi. Pregnancy counseling sessions with the doctor will also include medical histories as a part of the procedure. “One of the things we have found about many of the Lower Valley women we’ve already seen is how committed the women are to having healthy babies,” said Gaspardi. Another factor the doctors have observed is that most of their patients also seem to be committed to breast feeding their babies. Gaspardi said, so far, the patients seem to be quite healthy themselves, and are on the right course for having healthy babies. Doctors Leeds and Gaspardi were both drawn to become medical students in the late 1980s. At that time, it was still unusual for women to choose OB-GYN specialties, said Dr. Leeds, who received her medical training at Hahnemann Medical School in Philadelphia, Pa. It is now known as Drexell University of Medicine. She completed her residency at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford, Conn. “Male doctors didn’t think we were strong enough to deliver babies. There also was a feeling that educating wom-

en as doctors was a waste of time since we’d probably quit to have our own babies,” Leeds explained. But 28 years after launching their journey into women’s health medicine, Leeds and Gaspardi, who both have children of their own, continue to encourage and care for women of child bearing years. “We also treat those women past their child bearing years,” Gaspardi said. Gaspardi, who received her medical degree from the University of California at Davis, comes to the Lower Yakima Valley by way of Sonora, Calif. Gaspardi said she was in private practice in that area for 22 years. Her background included working as a registered nurse in the neo-natal ICU in a Sacramento hospital prior to deciding to earn her own medical degree. “I waited until after having my son to become a doctor but I had always had that idea in the back of my mind,” she said. Dr. Leeds, whose medical practice has taken her from New Haven, Conn., to the Navaho Indian Reservation near Ship Rock, Ariz., said she loves living in the west. “In the short time I’ve been working in the Lower Yakima Valley, I’ve already come to love the area and admire the people who live here,” she said. ‑ Julia Hart can be contacted at 509-837-4500, or email JHart@DailySunNews.com

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Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital

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Rocky Guy & Jennifer Copeland

Brad & Mackenzie Charvet

Sunnyside Community Hospital

Esgar & Marisol (Serna) Flores

Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital

Kadlec Regional Medical Center Richland

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PMH Medical Center, Prosser

Overlake Hospital Bellevue, Washington

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Jordan & Lissa Haak

Sunnyside Community Hospital

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10 tips for a healthy pregnancy You can feel wonderful during your pregnancy if you take good care of yourself. Increase your odds of a healthy pregnancy by following these sensible steps to keep yourself in top condition: 1. Eat five or six well-balanced meals each day. 2. Take a prenatal vitamin each day as directed by your obstetrician or midwife.   3. Drink plenty of fluids; at least eight to 10 glasses a day – avoiding caffeine and artificial coloring. 4. Don’t drink alcohol. 5. Don’t smoke or allow yourself to be exposed to secondhand smoke. 6. Exercise – it’s important for your general health and also can help reduce stress. Take a pregnancy exercise class or walk at least 15 to 20 minutes every day at a moderate pace. Walk in cool, shaded areas or indoors in order to prevent overheating. 7. Get adequate sleep – at least eight hours a night. If you’re suffering from sleep disturbances, take naps during the day and see your physician for advice.

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8. Wear comfortable, non-restricting shoes and put your feet up several times a day to prevent fatigue and swelling of your feet, legs and ankles. 9. Continue to wear a safety belt while riding in motor vehicles. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the shoulder portion of the restraint should be positioned over the collar bone. The lap portion should be placed under the abdomen as low as possible on the hips and across the upper thighs, never above the abdomen. Also, pregnant women should sit as far from the air bag as possible. 10. Don’t take over-the-counter medications or herbal remedies without first consulting your obstetrician or midwife.

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The importance of folic acid in a baby’s world Folic acid is a pregnancy superhero! Taking a prenatal vitamin with the recommended 400 micrograms (mcg) of folic acid before and during pregnancy can help prevent birth defects of your baby’s brain and spinal cord. Take it every day and go ahead and have a bowl of fortified cereal, too. What Is Folic Acid? Folic acid, which is also called folate, is a B vitamin. The best food sources of folic acid are fortified cereals. Folic acid plays an important role in the production of red blood cells and helps your baby’s neural tube develop into her brain and spinal cord. When Should I Start Taking Folic Acid? Birth defects occur within the first three to four

weeks of pregnancy. So it’s important to have folic acid in your system during those early stages when your baby’s brain and spinal cord are developing. If you talked to your doctor when you were trying to conceive, she probably told you to start taking a prenatal vitamin with folic acid. One study showed that women who took folic acid for at least a year before getting pregnant cut their chances of delivering early by 50 percent or more. The Centers on Disease Control recommends that you start taking folic acid every day for at least a month before you become pregnant, and every day while you are pregnant. However, the CDC also recommends that all women of childbearing age take folic

acid every day. So you’d be fine to start taking it even earlier. If you picked out your own prenatal vitamin, take it to your OB doctor once you’re pregnant to make sure it has the recommended amounts of everything you need, including folic acid. All prenatal vitamins are not the same and some may have less or more of the vitamins and minerals you need. The recommended dose for all women of childbearing age is 400 mcg of folic acid each day. If you take a multivitamin every day, check to see if it has the recommended amount. If for some reason you don’t want to take a multivitamin, you can take folic acid supplements. But you should not take both.

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awareness of letter sounds,� said Eliot. At the same time, children learn important concepts through non-verbal play, like building and sorting, and so the combination of verbal and spatial play is very powerful to children’s overall development. Social Development Relationships are at the core of all human learning. Babies look to their parents’ emotions and facial expressions to first learn about the world. Children continue to depend completely on other people to learn language and the rules of social engagements as they grow. Peers are an equally important part of the social equation. “The fact is, we are a highly social species and the better children learn to read other people’s feelings and desires the easier time they will have learning and befriending others,� says Eliot. Physical and Motor Skills Children learn through play. As every exhausted parent knows, their play is extremely physical. Whether it is learning to crawl, run or build a toy tower, young children are constantly exercising their gross and fine motor skills, honing brain pathways for smooth, purposeful movement. “The more opportunity children have for physical exertion and exploration, the better for the development of both their minds and bodies,� Eliot said. For a detailed milestones guideline, sorted by age group and area of development, along with other free parenting resources, visit www.vtechkids.com/ milestones.

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(StatePoint) It is natural for parents to be curious about how their children are developing mentally, emotionally and physically. It’s even natural for parents to experience some apprehension about what is “normal.� But experts say that by better understanding your child, you can put the anxieties aside and help guide your children through each age and developmental stage. “Each child grows at a different pace,� advises Dr. Lise Eliot, an early childhood mental development expert. “There are few hard and fast deadlines when it comes to a child’s milestones.� To ease parents’ concerns, Dr. Eliot worked with VTech, a world leader in age-appropriate and developmental stage-based electronic learning products for children, to create a set of developmental milestones. These milestones can be used as a guideline to help parents better understand a child’s development and determine which toys and games are appropriate for that stage. Here are three areas of development to consider: Language and Cognition Language immersion is absolutely key to a child’s cognitive and emotional development. Children use words to express themselves, but also to learn about the people and world around them. Research has proven that early, two-way conversations with babies and young children are critical to speech and later reading development.   “Look for interactive toys and books to expand your child’s vocabulary and

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Josie Annabella Madrigal

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Logan James Rodriguez

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Derrick & Jessica Simmons

Sunnyside Community Hospital

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Ryan & Stina Miller

Are you financially prepared for parenthood? (StatePoint) The cost of raising a child is on the rise, according to the “2013 U.S. Cost of Raising a Child” report. Parents spend an average of $13,000 annually on their kids. And while about twothirds of moms feel that parents are spending too much, the vast majority of them are very optimistic about their future, according to the report conducted by BabyCenter. com, the number one pregnancy and parenting mobile and web destination worldwide. The number of moms worried about having enough money to raise their children has declined approximately 10 percent in

the last year. “Children are expensive, but couples aren’t letting that hold them back from starting a family,” says Carmen Wong Ulrich, a BabyCenter.com financial expert. “They’re exploring different ways of saving, such as moving back in with their parents or accepting money from in-laws. Cherri Lois These can be good short-term solutions for couples getting started.” Alderliesten To gain insight into their finances and October 28, 2013 take steps toward financial independence, Nathanael & Tassie Alderliesten parents can use a free budgeting tool, such Kadlec Regional Medical Center Richland as BabyCenter.com’s Cost Calculator.

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Playtime encourages motor skill development

(StatePoint) From playing basketball to painting a picture to cutting with scissors, motor skills are at the basis of all of our movements. And while these abilities may be innate, fine motor skills must be developed and refined through practice. Experts say it’s crucial for parents to offer children opportunities to reinforce these vital skills. “From play time to school work, a mastery of motor skills will make a child’s experiences more productive and enjoyable,” according to Dr. Helen Boehm, psychologist and consultant for VTech, a maker of age-appropriate and developmental stage-based electronic learning products for children. “Parents can play a role in helping their children learn these skills. Motor skill development can be fun,” said Boehm. Here are some helpful hints for parents on how play and motor skill development can go hand in hand: • Play with Toys: Educational toys can prove very useful toward improvements in motor skills. Look for toys that encourage problem-solving and visual awareness, but are also fun. Educational toys can provide good opportunities to enhance motor learning while combining children’s favorite play things. • Play with Paint: Don a smock and get messy! Make sure the house is well-

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stocked with crayons, paper, markers and paint so children can express themselves creatively while honing fine motor skills.  • Play Music: Whether it’s the piano, flute or violin, playing a musical instrument requires the use of fine motor skills. Remind children how much work it takes to become proficient, and encourage them to practice every day.

Aside from being a fun, potentially lifelong hobby and improving self-discipline, playing music can improve coordination as well. • Play Sports: Throwing a baseball, catching a football, doing a cartwheel - all these athletic feats require great motor skills. Even if children are too shy or are unwilling to join an official team sport, encourage them to spend time outdoors and

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Sunnyside Community Hospital

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Sunnyside Community Hospital

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Tips to help your kids sleep at night (StatePoint) When your children have trouble sleeping at night it can be just as tiring for you as for your little ones. No matter what the source of the sleep issue is, a full night’s rest is important for everybody’s physical and mental health. Take steps to help children rest better at night by trying these old and new sleep tight tips to make bedtime easier for the whole family: Rituals A schedule helps the body know when to be alert and when to be sleepy. Setting a ritual starts as soon as babies are born, just as feeding time is a ritual, so should nap time be. Set a bedtime for your kids and don’t let them deviate too much from their weekday routine on holidays and weekends. Nighttime rituals, such as bedtime reading, can help create a sleepy mood at night. Anxieties may make sleep a troublesome prospect for some kids, so another great bedtime ritual is simply spending time talking with your kids each night. This gives them the opportunity to open up and discuss what’s bothering them. Stay Active Don’t be afraid to tire children out. Sign

up your kids for Little League, gymnastics classes and ballet. Or visits to the park each day for a game of tag, catch or a bike ride are great ways to get your children outside. Keep your kids mentally active, as well. Instead of zoning out in front of the television, encourage them to read, write or paint. A full day of activity means your children will be ready for some shut-eye by bedtime. Mindful Eating Everyone knows that caffeine before bedtime is a no-no. While your children are probably not coffee drinkers, don’t forget that soda and chocolate contain caffeine, too. Also, avoid feeding children sugary or spicy foods before bedtime, as both can have a tossing and turning effect. Brighten Up For many kids, settling in for the night can be difficult but bedtime can be fun with a favorite plush toy. Instead of opting for a standard nightlight, try a soft and cuddly option that may make sleeping fun and comforting. With a few tricks, you can make bedtime more fun for kids.

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Birth center gives family a comfortable location to wait out baby’s arrival From the second you step into the Sunnyside Community Hospital’s Family Birth Center, you can tell it is a special place. From the spacious family waiting area, complete with a large fireplace, to the beautiful birthing suites, the Family Birth Center has been created for the care and comfort of mothers and their newborn babies. The Family Birth Center features five special suites, designed especially for moms in labor. Each is roomy and has the feel of a cozy bedroom. Hardwood floors and plush furniture make it feel more like home than a hospital.  The nice part about it is that the medical personnel are just a few steps away to help care for mom and baby throughout the entire labor and birth. Unlike other hospitals, after baby arrives, there is no shuffling the family to another room.  Unless it is incredibly busy, the birthing room will be the mother’s room until the doctor gives everyone the approval to check out.  What to expect when expectant moms arrive Labor is an anxious time for expecting moms. So hospital personnel make their arrival and admittance as easy, as smooth and as comfortable as possible.   When the expectant mother arrives at the Family Birth Center she is greeted by the hospital’s staff of nurses, who will get mothers started on their path to the birth of their child. The nurses will weigh moms, and then help them get settled into a special birthing room.  The future mothers are connected to monitors to see how they and baby are doing. They will also get an IV going and will draw blood for blood

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Sara Kindelspire, RN, BSN, a veteran obstetrics nurse, explains the benefits of have a warming station conveniently located in the hospital’s birthing suites to Tamara Cochran (R) on a recent tour of Sunnyside Community Hospital’s Family Birth Center.

work. At this time the staff will contact the OB doctor so that he/she knows the mom is in labor. After she is settled into her room, the nurses will do an exam to see where she is in her labor and begin keeping track of the progression of the contractions and the dilation of her cervix. This will help them to help the women to know when their baby is ready to be born. At the same time the women are getting into their room their partner will be asked to fill out some paperwork. These forms are necessary to make sure the hospital gives the couple the very best of care. 

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Jackson and Sophia among top 100 baby names of 2013 (StatePoint) What’s in a name? Apparently a lot, as popular baby names from yearto-year can reveal broader cultural trends. According to BabyCenter’s recently released annual Baby Names Survey and the Top 100 Baby Names of 2013, more than half of parents say they found name inspiration in people they know. “We’re seeing a growing desire among new parents to choose names with personal meaning. Grandparents are the number one source of inspiration,� says Linda Murray, editor-in-chief of BabyCenter, a pregnancy and parenting digital resource. Despite new naming inclinations, contemporary favorites still reign supreme. Jackson moved up one spot to claim the top boy’s name, ending Aiden’s eight-year reign, and Sophia held tight as leader of the girls. While family influence is on the rise, pop culture still has major effects on naming trends. For example, Duck Dynasty, the most-watched nonfiction series in cable history,

is making a splash, with names like Korie, Mia, Sadie and Phil rising in the ranks. Likewise, many Americans glanced across the pond, taking a cue from the royal family –“George� and its variations were extra popular this year for boys and girls. For more information on trends, and for online tools to find your ideal baby name, visit www.babycenter.com/ top-baby-names.

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Jesse James Starke

Athziri Acevedo

Anthony & Rosa Elizondo

Carla Starke

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Mario Madrigal

Aydan Xathian Flores

Eric Romayan Aguirre

Marcos Madrigal & Juanita Rodriguez

Miguel Flores & Lee Ann Borrego

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Juan Macias & Alisia Cortez

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Destynee Romana Garza

Raiden James Herrera

Ramon Trinidad Diaz & Monica Calderon

Steven Garza & Shevie Keel

Morgan Grace Leyendekker

August 15, 2013

Omar Urbina & Phelicia Mendoza

Kadlec Regional Medical Center Richland

January 25, 2013 Edi Jr. & Donna M. Arambula

October 4, 2013

February 17, 2013 Celeste Calderon Marez

Sunnyside Community Hospital

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Romeo Sean Allen Labra

Niadaya Loveaya Maya

Luke Allen & Thania Labra

Heriberto Maya & Marisol Farias

April 22, 2013

Robert Beck & Julia Yanez

Sunnyside Community Hospital

January 24, 2013

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December 9, 2013 Julio Cohetzaltitla Jr. & Yadisa Amador

July 6, 2013 Ana Aguirre

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Oliver Kenneth Patterson

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Santos & Mariah Benavidez

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Hayden Clare Driscoll Hayley Nichole Green October 28, 2013

February 1, 2013

Britny Celeste Driscoll

Sunnyside Community Hospital

Dan & Melissa (Ashley) Green Tacoma General Hospital

Michael & Heather Paeschke

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London Elizabeth Swan

Liam Antony Charboneau

July 5, 2013

January 18, 2013

Nick & Angie Swan

William & Amanda Charboneau

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Jahkaylee Jakia Prado

Malikai Damiko Sanchez

Milania J. Cuevas

Hailey Rose Uberuaga

Roy & Helen Cuevas

Marisol Castro

Jorge A. Sanchez & Araceli Granados

Sunnyside Community Hospital

Derek Uberuaga & Vicky Alvarez

Sunnyside Community Hospital

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Antonio Angel Vela, Jr.

Xavier King Martinez

Scarlet Arabella Bravo

Ivan Emmanuel Calixto

Savanna Rae Morgan

Antonio Vela & Dominique Martinez

Sunnyside Community Hospital

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September 27, 2013

Boston Alvord & Jessica PeĂąa PMH Medical Center, Prosser

Daniel & Jilliann Patterson

June 11, 2013

May 13, 2013 Crystal Martinez

October 12, 2013

Kadlec Regional Medical Center Richland

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September 16, 2013

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Sunnyside Community Hospital

July 22, 2013 Justin & Amanda (Garcia) Morgan

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Oliver Kellogg

Shepherd Forrest Vidaurri

Desmond Le’Andro Velasquez

Aubrey Dallas Magaña

Emmie Yvette Stills

Ricky & Lacey (Yanez) Vidaurri

Saul Velasquez & Jasmin Espinoza

Jorge & Rosa Magaña

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June 5, 2013

Tucker & Jessica Kellogg

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Robert Andrew Losoya Peralez

Kendall Avalon Cardenas

Penny Marliese Chadis

Olivia Rose Golob

Arianna Nia Salas Alcarez

Jose Urijah Romero

Robert Losoya & Adrianna Peralez

Vance Chadis & Danica Alvord

Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital

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Robert Cardenas & Jessica Loma

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Brooklyn Isabella Ledgerwood

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Matthew J. Luna

Brock & Adela Ledgerwood

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Kataleiah Raziah Lopez

Calix Champ Castilleja

January 7, 2013

Nicholas Ruez & Zena Cerda

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February 5, 2013

February 1, 2013

Josue & Raquel Lopez

Sunnyside Community Hospital

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