• Tricia Snyder, Lactation Consultant

    Tricia Snyder, Lactation Consultant

    Tricia Snyder has been working in healthcare for 33 years, spending the majority of her time in women’s health. She’s a registered nurse, certified in fetal monitoring, obstetrics, and lactation consulting. Born and raised in Idaho Falls, Tricia did her undergraduate work at BYU-Provo, where she met her future husband. She then worked in labor

  • Rebecca Helie, Certified Nurse Midwife

    Rebecca Helie, Certified Nurse Midwife

    Seasons Medical is excited to welcome Rebecca Helie, Certified Nurse Midwife, as one of the two newest members of our team. Originally from Las Vegas, NV, Rebecca studied nursing at BYU-Idaho and got her first nursing job at Madison Memorial Hospital, working in Labor & Delivery. She has grown to love Rexburg, and her nursing

  • Car Seats and Children

    Car Seats and Children

    Why does my child need a car safety seat? Motor vehicle accidents are the No. 1 killer of children in the United States. You can reduce the risk by 70 percent simply by properly installing a child’s safety seat and using it every time your child rides in a car. Today, car seat use is

  • Baby First Aid Essentials

    Baby First Aid Essentials

    As a new parent, you can look forward to plenty of thrilling firsts and inspiring photo opportunities as your baby grows and develops over the coming months and years. You can also look forward to treating numerous stuffy noses, stomach upsets, and all sorts of bumps and bruises. Having a well-stocked first aid kit at

  • Childproofing Your Home

    Childproofing Your Home

    How can I make my home safe for my child? Parents worry endlessly about how to protect their children from everything — from ill-intentioned strangers to random bullets and stray dogs — but many overlook one of the biggest threats to their children’s safety and well-being: their own home. Experts say that children ages 1

  • Babies and Dogs

    Babies and Dogs

    Little kids love dogs. Even babies want to crawl on the furry member of the family. Unfortunately, the warm feelings aren’t always mutual. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 400,000 kids in the United States get medical care for dog bites each year. (And lots of other nips and bites


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