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  • Kids and Sore Throats
    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 Read more
  • Keep Your Kids Safe from Concussions
    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 Read more
  • Dealing With Your Child's Fever
    Generally, a fever is brought on by an infection from a virus or bacterial infection. While many times a parent’s first instinct is to worry when their child has a Read more
  • FAQs About Car Seats and Recommendations
    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 Read more
  • Treating Mono in Your Child
    Has your child been uncharacteristically fatigued as of late? Whereas before they were running and jumping around, now they seem more sluggish and uninterested. Perhaps this weary state has also Read more
  • What Happens During a Child Physical Exam?
    Once your child is born it’s amazing just how quickly they grow and develop. It seems like you blink and suddenly they are talking and walking. During these important milestones Read more
  • Treating Diabetes in Your Child
    If your child has just been diagnosed with diabetes, it’s important that you have a pediatrician you can turn to in order to create a customized and effective treatment plan. Read more
  • Mental Health Wellness and Your Child
    It’s easy for parents to be able to pinpoint when there is something physically wrong with their child. They may have a fever, body aches, or abdominal pain. When these Read more
  • What is Autism?
    What is Autism? Autism spectrum disorder (ASD), or autism, is a developmental disability that can cause significant communication, communication, and behavioral challenges. The thinking, learning, and problem-solving abilities of individuals with Read more
  • Signs Your Child May Have the Flu
    Your child just woke up with a runny nose, an elevated temperature and body aches. Could this just be a passing cold or could it be the flu? It’s important Read more
  • Proper Nutrition Habits
    Why Proper Nutrition is Important As a parent, it goes without saying that you want what is best for your child. Making sure that your little ones grow up healthy, happy, Read more
  • Dealing With a Broken Bone
    The harder your children play, the harder they might fall. During childhood, fractures and broken bones are common for children playing or participating in sports. While falls are a common Read more
  • Dealing With Chickenpox
    At some point in our childhood, we might have experienced chicken pox. While chicken pox most often occurs in children under the age of 12, it can also occur in Read more
  • Why Hearing Screenings Are Important For Your Child
    A hearing screening is the easiest way to determine if your child is suffering from hearing loss. Thanks to a hearing screening, your pediatrician can determine the degree of hearing Read more
  • What is Whooping Cough?
    Named after the characteristic sound of its notorious coughing fits, whooping cough is an extraordinarily uncomfortable condition that typically manifests itself in babies and in children ages 11 to 18 Read more
  • Caring For Your Newborn
    There is a lot of care and work that goes into raising a newborn, and your pediatrician is here to help right from the beginning. Your pediatrician typically sees your Read more

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