Patient Education

What to Do if Your Child Has a Nosebleed

February 7, 2017

While it may seem scary to both you and your child, nosebleeds are common occurrences in young children and are usually simple to control. Most nosebleeds in children ages 3 to 10 are caused by […]

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Cognitive Changes During Adolescence

September 22, 2016

It’s easy to see that teenagers undergo many changes during their adolescent years, but most of them are not visible to the eye. Teenagers’ brains are changing more than any other parts of their bodies, […]

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Teenage Acne

July 15, 2016

Most children will deal with some form of acne during their adolescent years. Although acne is usually mild, the stress of dealing with blemishes, especially those that are evident on the face, can be damaging […]

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What to Expect at a Summer Camp or Sport Physical Exam

May 23, 2016

Physical exams help to determine whether your child is healthy enough to participate in summer and sport activities such as hiking, swimming and playing team sports. They are especially important if the program includes strenuous […]

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The ABCs of Reading to Your Child

March 24, 2016

Good Night Moon, Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel, Are You My Mother, Winnie the Pooh, Very Hungry Caterpillar, Charlotte’s Web and The Giving Tree.  Many of us could rattle off a similar list of […]

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How to Comfort Your Child During Vaccinations

March 24, 2016

Knowing that immunizations play a vital role in your child’s health doesn’t make the experience of getting vaccinated any less daunting. Fortunately, learning what to expect and taking simple steps to prepare will make all […]

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Tips for You and Your Newborn

January 25, 2016

Congratulations on the birth of your baby! This is an exciting new chapter for you and your family. Being a new mom can feel overwhelming, but we are here to help you feel confident in […]

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5 Tips To Stay Healthy This Holiday Season

December 18, 2015

The holidays are a great time for sharing cheer, song, gifts and good food. Unfortunately, the holiday season is the time that the flu is shared, too. To help keep your children (and yourself!) healthy […]

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