Blog Posts in June, 2017

What Parents Need to Know About the Zika Virus

The Zika virus caused international panic in 2015 and 2016, after a major outbreak and the realization that it can cause serious birth defects. Although the spread of Zika has largely been contained, ...
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Post-Operative Complications in Children

After your child has surgery, the surgeon or nurse will give you a list of potential complications to watch out for. Some of these might require a call to the hospital, while others may require a ...
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Helping Your Child Cope with a Cast

Sports injuries and everyday accidents can easily lead to broken bones. An emergency pediatrician will likely apply a cast to your child's broken limb to keep the bones in place as they heal. ...
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Recognizing Ear Infections in Children

Ear infections are common in young children, and they might not always require medical care. However, it's a good idea to take your child to an emergency pediatrician if his or her symptoms are ...
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Swimming Safety Tips to Remember [INFOGRAPHIC]

Whether it's in a swimming pool, a lake, or the ocean, swimming is a great way to get active. Though swimming is fun for adults and kids alike, it is essential to practice proper safety to help ...
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FAQs and Answers About Pediatric Pinworm Infections

The thought that your child might have a parasitic infection can be distressing, but there are effective treatments available to help your child feel well again. Pinworm infections are among the most ...
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