Common Pediatric Eye Problems
posted: May 01, 2018.
When your little one is first born they will go through a series of tests and screenings to make sure they are healthy. This includes checking their vital signs, hearing,
Teens & Tanning: Why the Risks Far Outweigh the Benefits
posted: Apr. 02, 2018.
As the skin cancer rate continues to rise, many of us can’t help but wonder why people continue to expose themselves to harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation. A tan, whether it’s
Does My Child Have a Cold?
posted: Mar. 02, 2018.
Colds may be common, but that does not mean caring for your child’s cold is easy. To help your little one feel better, your pediatrician is available to offer tips
Baby Proofing Your Home
posted: Feb. 06, 2018.
When your little one turns into baby-on-the-go, it's time to start baby proofing your home. While you cannot create an environment that is 100% safe, you can take the best
How to Stop a Nosebleed
posted: Jan. 02, 2018.
While nosebleeds can be scary for a child, they are rarely a cause for alarm. Nosebleeds are typically common in children ages 3 to 10 years, and will often stop
Keeping Your Home Safe from Poisons
posted: Dec. 01, 2017.
Young children explore the world by putting things in their mouth. For this reason, more than one million children under the age of six are victims of accidental poisoning each
Proper Hand Washing Methods
posted: Nov. 01, 2017.
One of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of illnesses is through proper hand washing. Young children in particular need to be reminded to wash their hands, which
Appendicitis in Children
posted: Oct. 02, 2017.
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
Symptoms of Whooping Cough
posted: Sep. 06, 2017.
When your child is sick, it can take a toll on not only them, put you as a parent. Your pediatrician is available to help you restore the health of your
Mono: Symptoms and Prevention
posted: Aug. 01, 2017.
Understanding Mono: The “Kissing Disease”
Often called the kissing disease, mononucleosis (mono) is a caused by a virus that is transmitted through saliva. You can get this infection through kissing, but
Treating a Cut
posted: Jul. 05, 2017.
A child’s job is to explore every nook and cranny of their world, but that can often lead way to injury. From split lips to skinned knees, scrapes and cuts
Healthy Eating Options for Busy Families
posted: Jun. 02, 2017.
Sometimes a sit-down meal seems impossible at times for busy families and making sure that a meal is healthy feels like an even bigger challenge. With a little organization, you
Parents: Protect Your Children from Burns
posted: Apr. 27, 2017.
From washing up under too hot of water to an accidental tipping of a coffee cup, burns are a potential hazard in every home. In fact, burns are some of
Does My Child Have a Vision Problem?
posted: Mar. 31, 2017.
As a parent, you may rely on the results of a school vision screening or the fact that your child doesn’t report any symptoms as an indication he or she
Childhood Obesity: Helpful Tips for Parents of Overweight Children
posted: Feb. 28, 2017.
More and more, childhood obesity is becoming prevalent in the U.S. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, over the past two decades it has doubled in children and tripled
When a Sore Throat Interrupts Your Child's Health
posted: Feb. 02, 2017.
In infants, toddlers and preschoolers, the most frequent cause of sore throats is a viral infection. No specific medicine is required when a virus is responsible, and the child should
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