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  • Signs Your Child May Have Asthma
    Childhood asthma is more common than you might think. In fact, it is the most common chronic disorder in children, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. Asthma Read more
  • The Importance of Well Child Visits
    The number one goal of parents is to make sure their little ones are healthy and have the best quality of life possible. Of course, this means having a pediatrician Read more
  • The Importance of Nutrition in Your Child's Health
    Your child is growing by leaps and bounds, so it should go without saying that the foods they consume can provide ample energy and fuel their mind and body, or Read more
  • What to Do When Your Child Has a Fever
    Your child awoke in the middle of the night complaining that they didn’t feel well. Your first reaction is to put your hand up to their forehead to see if Read more
  • Signs Your Child May Have Diabetes
    You disinfect their toys. You make sure they wash their hands. You keep them from putting odd things they find in their mouths. You do everything you can to keep Read more
  • 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
  • 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
  • Kids and Pets
    Raising your children with pets provides a great opportunity for learning, nurturing, and building healthy relationship skills that will benefit your children for the rest of their lives. With help Read more
  • What Parents Should Know About Teething
    Teething is an important part of your baby’s development. Although it can be an irritable time for your baby, there are many ways you can help ease the pain. Most Read more
  • Puberty: Getting Through Hormonal Changes
    Everyone goes through puberty, but everyone reacts differently to the hormonal changes. Typically, puberty begins in every person some time after the age of eight. This  is the transition from childhood Read more
  • Signs and Symptoms of Meningitis
    It isn’t easy to spot the symptoms of meningitis, as many people confuse the early signs and symptoms with the flu. Meningitis signs and symptoms may develop over  several hours or Read more
  • Baby Nail Care
      When it comes to caring for your baby, nail care is often overlooked. In the first few months of life, you may not be too worried about caring for your Read more
  • Keeping your Sleeping Baby Safe
    Your child’s safety is your responsibility, even when your baby is sleeping.Your pediatrician is available to provide you with helpful tips to keep your baby safe while he or she is Read more
  • Teens & Tanning: Why the Risks Far Outweigh the Benefits
    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 Read more
  • Does My Child Have a Cold?
    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 Read more
  • Baby Proofing Your Home
    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 Read more