Our flu vaccine is in! Call today to schedule your child’s flu shot and “beat the bug!”
Whether they’re four or fourteen, all children need to know that when you say NO, you mean NO – and no amount of whining, pleading, or bargaining will lead to a change of mind. So, what’s a parent to do in the face of relentless begging and bargaining? Here’s a strategy you might want to try.
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.
Daylight Savings Time begins on Sunday, March 10th, and it’s the perfect time to make sure your child has a “just right” sleep schedule. Our pediatric sleep specialist and our go-to certified sleep consultant can help you do just that.
Elliot, our beloved therapy dog, has given us the opportunity to talk to kids about a difficult subject…death. Guest blogger, Ethan Weiss, L.C.S.W. gives us a better understanding of what to say and how to say it.
It is with great sadness that we share with our Weiss Pediatric Care families that Elliot, our kind, compassionate, sensitive, therapy dog has died.
To better serve our families, we’ll be offering extended hours until 6 pm on Mondays, beginning January 21.