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Vaccination Myths Busted

Are you one of the many parents worried about giving your child his or her vaccines? If so, you aren't alone. Every year, doctors see patients who express concern or Read More

Keeping Your Child on a Vaccine Schedule

Learn more about important immunizations and when your child needs them. While no one likes getting needles they are an important part of keeping your child or teenager healthy. There are Read More

Understanding Asthma to Help Your Child Breathe Easy

Does your child ever wheeze, cough or feel tightness in the chest? If so, your child may be suffering from asthma. For most kids breathing is simple. They breathe in Read More

How Your Pediatrician Can Help With Your Child's Sports Injuries

No parent wants a child hurt during gym class or a ball game. However, the fact is that 2.6 million children go to hospital emergency rooms every year in 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

What to Do When Your Child Has an Allergic Reaction

Millions of American children have allergies, which may be caused by any number of plants, animals, foods and other environmental factors. Signs of an allergic reaction vary widely, as well, Read More

Insect Repellents

Insect Repellents and Your Kids Warmer weather means fun time outside, making memories, but it also means, bugs, bugs, bugs! One solution for repelling bugs is using bug spray, but is Read More

Infant Ear Piercing – Tips For Parents

It maybe now or later, but at some point in time, you would like your child to get his or her ears pierced. We have included all the do's and Read More

Signs Your Child May Have an Undiagnosed Allergy

Has your child been sniffling for weeks now? That runny nose may not be caused by a cold but by allergies. Dr. Nimisha Shukla, Dr. Aparna Bhamidipati and Dr. Jaishree Read More

Teaching Your Child How to Wash

Of all of the life skills you have to teach your children as they grow up, washing is a pretty important one. After all, not only does it help them Read More

The Facts about Children and Cancer

According to the Center for Disease Control and the Children’s Oncology Group, approximately 13,500 children and adolescents are diagnosed with cancer every year - and that's just in the United Read More

The Facts about Co-Sleeping

After hearing horror stories of children being suffocated while co-­sleeping, many parents, concerned about the safety risks that bed­-sharing entails, wrongly believe that bed-­sharing is dangerous. Thankfully, the truth is Read More

How to Keep Injuries at Bay when Kids are at Play

Whether it’s at the park, school or in your own backyard, kids of all ages enjoy climbing on the monkey bars, going down the slide and swinging.  Playgrounds are a Read More

How to Detect Autism Early

While autism generally is not diagnosed in children until the age of three or so, it is possible to spot the warning signs and begin taking preventative measures as early Read More

How to Avoid and Manage Dreaded Head Lice

Two words parents dread hearing--head lice. Head lice are parasites that can be found on the heads of people, most common among preschool and elementary children. Each year millions of Read More

How Much Sleep Does My Child Need?

Most parents recognize that small children need more sleep than adults do, but the question of exactly how much sleep children need is often still a mystery. Many parents worry Read More

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