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Vaccines

We strongly encourage you to immunize your child and to do so according to the recommendations of the nation’s experts. We have seen the sometimes-devastating effects of failure to vaccinate in our own practices. Read More about “Vaccines”

Using wet inhalers

One of the most common ways to administer asthma medication is with a wet inhaler. Here's how to use it.

Allergies

Does your child experience itchy, watering eyes, sneezing, skin rashes or cough and wheezing when playing outside? He or she might have allergies.

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Your family is growing and so is ours! We’re excited to welcome Dr. David Dorsa, who joins Eugene Pediatrics on March 1. We are now scheduling patients with this wonderful pediatrician. Spread the word! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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