STONINGTON - We love our kids' pediatricians, the doctors who've helped us through countless ear infections, strep throats and messy noses, always with a warm demeanor that made us all feel safe.
For years, we've spoken over our children during appointments, describing their every symptom and idiosyncrasy. But, inevitably, our children grow up.
They want to share their own thoughts, ask their own questions and, perhaps, even create a new relationship with a new physician, focused on adults.
A family doctor in Stonington offers advice for this transition that is an important rite of passage for a young man or woman.
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