A healthy diet should begin the first day of life. The nutrients your child receives promote brain and body development. When healthful eating habits are instilled at a young age, children are more likely to become healthy adults. Read More about “Nutrition”

Taking a temperature

If you need to take your child's temperature but he or she is not cooperative or too young for an oral thermometer, here are recommendations on how to do it.

Cell phone use

Teens and tweens spend a lot of time on cell phones these days, often at the expense of personal interaction. Try these tips for curbing cell phone use.

Eugene Pediatrics and Thrive Behavioral Health recognized as 5 Star Patient-Centered Primary Care Home

Eugene Pediatrics and Thrive Behavioral Health are the recipients of the highest rating available to a primary care clinic by the Oregon Health Authority. We are now a 5 Star Patient-Centered Primary Care Home. Only a handful of pediatric clinics in the state of Oregon have earned this recognition. We are our region's only 5 Star pediatric clinic with its own fully integrated team of behavioral health specialists and social workers.

Aug 20th, 2020|From Dr. B|

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A unique program that helps teach empathy to elementary school kids in Lane County is looking for families with babies to volunteer. This week's Healthy Kids report focuses on the Roots of Empathy program. Due to the pandemic, the program has adapted to offer it's lessons virtually, and continues to give kids an opportunity to talk about their feelings. Learn more: bit.ly/39JWxj6 ... See MoreSee Less