Fever – A Hot Topic

We’ve probably all been there at some point (or we will in the future!).  Our child wakes up crying in the night.  You go in and put a hand on her head to find her “burning up” with red tearstained cheeks.  In a groggy instant you ask yourself… Where’s my...

SHOULDN’T WE ALL BE SO LUCKY

An inspirational story about a teen’s journey to the Special Olympics By Kendra Brown Special thanks to Macari’s mom, Kendra, for sharing his inspirational story with us. It was a week ago today, that I received a call from my son’s cycling coach informing us...

Keeping Kids Safe on July 4th

For many children, especially young ones and those who have sensory issues,  the sights and sounds of the 4th of July can send them into a complete tailspin. They cover their ears or bury their faces in the closest lap, crying uncontrollably. Although fireworks can be...

INNOVATIVE VISION SCREENING

Weiss Pediatric Care offers routine cutting edge Automated “Spot Vision” Screening for infants, young children, and those with special needs.  By offering the latest technology, we are taking a leadership role in the community to identify vision issues that might...

Preventing Drownings During COVID-19

Pediatricians are sounding the alarm that kids may be at an increased risk of drowning during the coronavirus pandemic.  Public pools may be closed so families may be swimming in places without life guards.  Parents are trying to work with children at home making it a...