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Asthma

The third leading cause of child hospitalizations, asthma is one of the most common chronic diseases afflicting children in the United States. It is also one of the top reasons why children miss school and make trips to the pediatrician, urgent care and emergency room. Read More about “Asthma”

Administering medication

There are times you're going to need to give your baby medication. Here are tips on how to get the medicine go down in the most delightful way.

Germs

It's easy for children to share germs at school and home. To help prevent the spread of illness, have your child learn to wash their hands and face.

How to calm your child’s night terrors

Night terrors in children can be downright scary for parents to witness. Unlike a nightmare, children typically don’t wake up from night terrors. During the episode, they may scream, shout, flail and kick, sit up in bed and appear terrorized. It is very difficult to wake, communicate with or console your child when this is happening.

Aug 6th, 2020|From Dr. B|

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There is a lot of overwhelming information online about what foods to eat or avoid while breast feeding. Registered nurse Bonnie Root, an international board-certified lactation consultant, has some answers. For additional information about feeding your newborn, click here: fal.cn/39Ah4 ... See MoreSee Less