About this time of year, our medical office waiting rooms switch from being filled with coughing sniffling kids with colds and influenza to coughing sniffling kids with allergies. Springtime allergies or hay fever cause plenty of misery – let’s talk about how to help your family! READ MORE
Let’s face it – the first hours and days of breastfeeding can be rough. You feel committed to breastfeeding and know it’s the healthiest, best choice for both you and your baby. But you may be exhausted after delivery, and small setbacks can feel overwhelming. I get that. I’ve been there! READ MORE
The other day, I heard a mom say she brings her kids to the doctor when they’re sick or need a checkup – but she never comes for herself.
I get this, since there never seems to be enough hours in the day to do all we need to. We take care of kids, the house, our jobs – but run out of time to take care of ourselves. READ MORE
What goes up must come down. You clean your house, but it will never stay clean for long. And what goes in makes what comes out. These are laws of nature – and I’ll get back to that last one in a moment. Constipation is a problem for many kids!
You’re sitting with your sick child, looking at a thermometer, and wondering, “How high is too high?”
Does this sound familiar? Most of us have been there – even me. And I know that fever is just a symptom that can actually play a positive role in fighting infections – and it’s rarely serious! Yet I still worry when my kids have a fever. READ MORE