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  • Does Your Child Have Vision Problems?
    Does Your Child Have Vision Problems? Does your child have vision problems? Children learn through their eyes. Healthy vision is critical for children to see the computer and chalkboard, read, write, Read more
  • DISCIPLINE: DO’S AND DON’TS
    A “disciple” is a student, and “discipline” is “teaching”–not “punishment.”  Doing it properly is straightforward, but hard.  Implementing effective methods vary with a child’s age, development, and temperament.  Support for Read more
  • Helping Your Child Manage a Healthy Weight
    Maintaining an optimum weight is important for the health of your little one. It’s never too early to make sure that your child is adopting the best habits for maintaining Read more
  • When To Take Your Child To Urgent Care
    When To Take Your Child To Urgent Care   As a parent, you want to always do everything you can when your child is sick, but sometimes it’s hard to tell exactly Read more
  • Holiday Safety
    Happy Holidays to all! As a Jewish American, I still, like everybody else, so enjoy seeing all of the holiday decorations coming out. Who doesn’t get excited about this time Read more
  • Safety Update
    Let’s take note of 2 consumer products with troubled safety records for children. The first is instant soup/”ramen” noodle preparations for microwave ovens. An 11 year study finds that 20% of Read more
  • The Importance of Immunizations
    The importance of immunizations Childhood immunizations are one of the most important safeguards against communicable diseases and their serious, long-term complications. Your pediatrician closely adheres to the vaccination schedules published by Read more
  • Cold Vs. Flu
    Cold Vs. Flu Is it a cold or the flu? When it comes to your child's health, your pediatrician provides great information and guidance on the most common illnesses plaguing families. Read more
  • Formula Feeding Your Baby
    Let’s really go back to the very beginning and review some basics of baby formula preparation. Of course, we pediatricians still advise that the best infant nutrition is breastfeeding, but Read more
  • Common Sports Injuries and How Your Pediatrician Help
    Even though you try as hard as possible to keep your child safe while they are playing sports, accidents still happen. At these moments, it’s important that you know whether Read more
  • What to Expect at a Sports Physical
    Your child is eager to start the school year so they can participate in sports. That’s great news! Keeping your child active is an important part of a healthy lifestyle Read more
  • Youth Tackle Football
    OK, I may make some enemies in our community with what I am about to say, but here goes. There is a growing consensus among health professionals who care for Read more
  • Should My Child Have a Behavioral Consultation?
    No two children are ever the same and while you certainly want to let your child discover their unique personality it is important to know when these differences in your Read more
  • Flu Shots 2018
    Our flu shots are in, so it’s time to get in and get vaccinated. I have discussed this before here, here and here. The flu is not just a bad cold. Read more
  • When to Visit a Pediatrician
    Finding out you’re pregnant is a wonderfully exciting and whirlwind time. There are so many decisions to make as you watch your bump grow: What color should I paint the Read more
  • Adolescent Health Update
    With summer winding down and school revving up, let’s take a moment to review recent developments in adolescent health research. First, the bad news(that we kind of already know): our kids Read more

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