Pediatricians are sounding the alarm that kids may be at an increased risk of drowning during the coronavirus pandemic. Ali Griffin, APRN, offers tips to help keep everyone safe around water this summer.
Vitamin D is especially important during infancy, childhood and adolescence. Erin Gennocro, Weiss Pediatric Care’s Nurse Practitioner, provides a quick guide to the why’s and what-to-do’s about Vitamin D and kids.
What are common causes of diarrhea, how you know if your child has it, what to do (and not do) about it AND how to prevent it in the first place.
Kids and teens can learn to manage anxiety using a quick and simple technique.
Before you hand your children sparklers this year or invite them to join you in creating fireworks displays at home, consider these sobering facts and enjoy public displays by professionals instead.
Fevers aren’t the bad guys. They’re the superheroes who kill the germs that can’t survive in higher body temperatures.
Kids’ checkups include questions about screen time, social media, and electronic use….and for good reasons!
BABY-LED WEANING : Although fairly new in popularity in the U.S, different cultures worldwide have been using it for years.
A nationwide shortage of the FluMist, or nasal spray flu vaccine, is limiting the ways we can protect children from the flu this year. The good news is that we have injectable flu vaccine available now. Don’t let the flu keep you or your children from the holidays, school or work.
Call today to schedule your child’s flu vaccine!