New Year’s Resolutions 2018

As the year comes to a close, I am thinking about the year behind and the new year ahead.  Likewise, as many of us do, I am resolving to make changes in the New Year.  I have come up with a few ...

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Kids, food and kitchen safety

At holiday time, and year round, children love to participate in preparing big meals. It’s a wonderful time to teach your children about the traditional foods your family enjoys and pass-on ...

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School problem guidelines

Is your child struggling in school? Is your child’s teacher recommending further evaluation for learning or behavior concerns? I frequently see children whose parents have a variety of concerns ...

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Safe sleep for infants

*Updated 06/06/2017 All parents have been there. You get home, after giving birth, with a newborn who needs to be fed every 2-3 hours day and night. It’s exhausting. Many moms and dads find that ...

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Acne 101

One of the tell-tale signs your child is starting puberty is the emergence of little pimples on their face. Of course this is assuming they aren’t advertising the other bodily changes that are ...

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ASK: Asking Saves Kids

As a pediatrician, the safety and well-being of all children is my primary concern. When I counsel families on sleep safety, car safety, sunscreen, baby proofing, choking risks and even ...

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Picking a Pediatrician

There are many things that new parents need to do while preparing for their baby to arrive. One that frequently gets overlooked is choosing a pediatrician. Pediatricians are doctors who ...

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