Preventing Pediatric Heat Stroke
posted: Jun. 25, 2021.
Climate change has certainly caused the temperatures to climb here in the US, especially during the summer. While we know that kids love to play outdoors, when temperatures are high
Keeping Up With Your Child's Immunization Schedule
posted: May 27, 2021.
We understand that bringing your child in for a shot certainly isn’t fun for anyone, but keeping your child updated on vaccines is one of the most effective ways to
Symptoms Of Your Child's Ear Infection
posted: Apr. 29, 2021.
Wondering if your child might be dealing with an ear infection?While you will certainly know when you’re dealing with an ear infection; unfortunately kids, particularly newborns and toddlers, can’t tell
Bringing Your Child in for Whooping Cough
posted: Mar. 26, 2021.
Pertussis, more commonly referred to as whooping cough, is a contagious bacterial infection of the lungs. The nickname comes from the “whooping” sound that occurs when a child breathes. While
Head Lice And How To Treat It
posted: Feb. 24, 2021.
You’ve just received a call from the school: someone in your child’s class has head lice. We know that hearing that your child has or might have head lice can
Diabetes in Children
posted: Feb. 03, 2021.
In the past, the most common type of diabetes to affect children and teens was type 1 diabetes. This is also referred to as juvenile diabetes. In children with type
Keeping Your Child Safe While Traveling
posted: Jan. 06, 2021.
Whether you’re simply taking a weekend trip to visit the grandparents, or you and the family are flying internationally, you must know how to keep everyone healthy and safe while
Signs of a Pediatric UTI
posted: Dec. 03, 2020.
A urinary tract infection isn’t just something that happens to adults. Children can also develop UTIs. Since children are more likely to suffer from kidney damage as a result of
Your Child and Chicken Pox
posted: Oct. 28, 2020.
You just got the call from your child’s school: someone in your kid’s class has chickenpox. This highly contagious virus isn’t usually anything to worry about, but it can certainly
Conjunctivitis: What To Know
posted: Sep. 29, 2020.
Your child won’t stop rubbing their eyes. They say it’s incredibly itchy. When you go to examine it, you notice their eyes are also bloodshot and inflamed. Oh no, it
The Importance Of Preventive Care
posted: Aug. 27, 2020.
What parent doesn’t want to protect their child from getting injured or sick? While it will happen at some point, there are certainly ways that both you and your pediatrician
Make Sure Your Child Gets Their Regular Check-Ups
posted: Jul. 28, 2020.
To ensure that your child grows up healthy and strong, they need to see a pediatrician for regular check-ups, screenings, and vaccines. These well-child visits are incredibly important for your
How To Brush Your Child's Teeth
posted: Jun. 29, 2020.
So, your child’s teeth just started to come in. We know that this can be an exciting milestone for parents. Of course, this also means considering your child’s oral health.
Signs That Your Child May Have Autism
posted: Jun. 02, 2020.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental condition that affects how a person views and interacts with the world around them, including other people. In most cases, differences become apparent
Signs Your Child Has ADHD
posted: May 04, 2020.
Parents want the best for their child, which is why check-ups and appointments with their pediatricians are so important. Yet your pediatrician isn’t just available for when your child is
posted: Apr. 01, 2020.
Warts are common, benign bumps that develop on the skin as a result of a viral infection known as the human papillomavirus (HPV). Warts are pretty common in children and
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