Teething is a normal part of development for babies and toddlers, but it can cause mild pain and irritability. What can you expect, and how can you help ease your baby’s discomfort?
Stress and anxiety. We often use those words interchangeably, but anxiety and stress are actually quite different. They also tend to manifest differently in children.
RSV season is ramping up and health care providers are hopeful that a new shot will help protect young children from the virus. A Eugene family experienced RSV last year when their baby went from healthy to being hospitalized just two days later.
This time of year, there’s one thing that physicians around the community can count on — respiratory virus season. This year, however, new vaccines and treatments — including what’s being called a game-changing antibody — will play a key role in how much illness we see this fall and winter.
Introducing solid foods to your baby is an exciting milestone. But how do you know when your baby is ready for solids? And which foods should you introduce first?