It’s the time of year to be thinking about flu vaccines. “Flu season” generally runs from October through March (sometimes even as late as May or June) and the flu vaccine is updated each year to protect against what are… Read On
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When you begin to feed your baby something other than breastmilk or formula, also known as complementary foods, it is an exciting and fun time. Don’t get too bogged down by the exact details, such as how much or what… Read On
Navigating the recommendations on optimal car safety restraints for children can be somewhat of a daunting task. Luckily, we’re here to help! The following summarizes current recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and… Read On
Fevers in children can be very scary and nerve-racking; we certainly understand and appreciate that. There are, however, a lot of myths and misinformation out there about fevers that often lead many parents (as well as some doctors at times)…… Read On
Imagine this scenario: you are at the playground with your fearless 3 year old. She jumps off the last step like she usually does, but this time she lands on her face. You are prepared to brush off the mulch… Read On
First of all… congratulations! We are always open to new babies in our practice, and are happy to meet you during a prenatal visit at either of our offices. Just call us and set up a visit with any of… Read On