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Kindra Browning, DO

Dr. Browning is a mom and a board-certified internal medicine physician at Union Hospital in New Philadelphia, Ohio, who specializes in the treatment of hypertension and diabetes and in preventive medicine.
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An Interview with Dr. Browning

What’s your favorite parenting tip? Never Ever Ever yell until you need it. Then when you do–wow they listen!!!

What has surprised you most about parenting? I didn’t know it would come natural for me, but it did, and I’m thankful for it.

How do you get your kids to eat healthy food? One word: dip! She will dip anything in low-fat ranch dressing or a little caramel.

How do you work exercise into your family’s life? I get up every day at 5 am, and  I do one hour of exercise four or five days per week. We love to walk and go hiking so these are worked in as possible. I took Katrina skiing last night for the first time!

How do you recharge your batteries? Friends that aren’t in medicine. Church and study of Christian principles and writings. Reading a really good internal medicine journal. Cooking. Leaving work at work and home at home. Hammer down your call schedule early in your career. It took me a bout five years to position myself in my “dream” job, but if you keep trying and negotiating, you will get there.

Dr. Browning’s Q&As

My husband and I have been struggling with infertility. We’re starting to think about adopting. How did you decide?

My husband and I would like to adopt a baby from China. How did you get started?  

My husband and I are adopting a baby. What did you do to prepare for your baby’s arrival?

My husband and I are adopting a baby from China. What was your trip to China like?

My husband and I are adopting a baby from China. How did you communicate with your child when you brought her home?

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