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December 17, 2013 12:01 AM

Ask: How to ease the pain of teething

Teething is a pain for everyone -- baby and parents. There are lots of products out there that claim to help, but Duke pediatrician Brian Eichner says some of the simplest (and cheapest!) remedies are likely your best bet.

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