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
Treating Your Child's Allergies
posted: Feb. 28, 2020.
Sneezing. Watery eyes. Stuffy nose. These could just be symptoms of a cold or these could be signs that your child has allergies. If you notice that your child’s symptoms
Diabetes and Your Child
posted: Jan. 31, 2020.
With the rise of newly diagnosed cases of type 1 and type 2 diabetes in children in the US, it’s now more important than ever for both parents and children
Treating Your Child's Ear Infection
posted: Dec. 16, 2019.
An ear infection is one of the most common infections that children have to deal with. In fact, most children will experience at least one ear infection by the time
Dealing With Sports Injuries
posted: Nov. 22, 2019.
Millions of children across the US regularly participate in some kind of sport. No matter whether your child is a dancer, gymnast, soccer player, or football player, the goals of
The Importance Of Regular Wellness Visits
posted: Oct. 24, 2019.
One moment your child is born and the next moment they are sitting up, saying their first word and taking their first steps. It’s amazing just how many milestones your
Signs of Appendicitis
posted: Oct. 08, 2019.
Truth is, anyone with an appendix can get appendicitis—even our children. Appendicitis is a painful inflammation of the hollow, finger-shaped organ attached to the end of the large intestine. If
Keep Your Kids Safe from Concussions
posted: Aug. 30, 2019.
A hit to the head during a soccer game or a hard fall from skateboarding may result in a serious head injury and even a concussion. The American Academy of
FAQs About Car Seats and Recommendations
posted: Jul. 31, 2019.
Kids may complain about being restrained in the car, but car seats and booster seats save lives. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that using a car
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