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  • Common Pediatric Eye Problems
    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, Read more
  • Bringing Your Newborn Home
    Preparing yourself for childbirth is important, but what about when you first leave the hospital with your newborn? With pregnancy taking a full nine months, expectant parents need all the Read more
  • Immunizations and Vaccines For Teens and Young Adults
    Immunizations are an essential part of well-child care. Proper immunizations protect the health of the individual child and protect all children in the community as a whole. Many parents have Read more
  • 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
  • Detecting 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
  • Ear Pain? What is the Cause?
    When your child experiences ear pain, it can take a toll on their irritability and daily activities. Understanding your child’s ear pain is key in determining the treatment needed to Read more
  • Keep Your Playpen Safe
    When you are not able to watch your child closely, many moms or dads will place their child in a playpen. While you might think this is a safe place Read more
  • Packing Healthy Lunches for Your Kids
    Are you always packing your kid’s lunchbox with the same old boring foods? When it comes to your child’s school life, you may be concerned with your child’s eating habits. Read more
  • A Parent's Guide to Potty Training
    Saying goodbye to diapers is one of the milestones that parents look forward to the most. Kids are also generally excited about wearing “big kid underwear,” as well. Typically, most Read more
  • Avoiding Baby Bottle Tooth Decay
    You might think that your child can’t develop tooth decay when their teeth have not grown in yet, but they can. Tooth decay in infants and very young children is Read more
  • Immunizations: Are they safe for my baby?
    Despite all of the research supporting the effectiveness of immunizations, many parents still question the safety of vaccines for their little ones. Will they protect my infant from serious disease? Read more
  • Understanding the Symptoms of Colic
    All babies cry, it is their way of telling you that they’re hungry, wet, or tired. However, if your baby has colic, they may cry all the time. So how Read more
  • Making the Switch from the Bottle to the Cup
    Making the switch from bottle to sippy cup may seem like a lost cause, but with tips from your pediatrician, you can easily transition your child. If you are ready Read more
  • Establishing Healthy Eating Habits for Young Children
    Too often, children fall into unhealthy routines when it comes to eating. These habits can jeopardize their long-term overall health, potentially leading to serious complications later in life. In fact, Read more
  • Wean Your Child Off Pacifiers and Thumb Sucking
    Most young children use a pacifier or suck on their thumb or fingers. Sucking is a natural instinct for an infant and often sticks around as a comforting habit into Read more
  • Allergies or the Common Cold?
    Your child is sneezing, coughing and congested. Is it the common cold? Is it seasonal allergies? What is the best way to give them relief from these symptoms? Allergies and colds Read more

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