Category: General News

Potty Training Tips: Knowing When Your Toddler is Ready

Posted on Jan 13, 2020 in General News

Rachel Dawkins, M.D., shares helpful tips for parents on potty training timing and methods.

The Vaping and E-Cigarette Lung Injury Outbreak: What Parents Need to Know

Posted on Jan 09, 2020 in General News

Injuries from e-cigarette use, or vaping, have increased nationwide. Jasmine Reese, M.D., discusses what parents need to know about the dangers of vaping for adolescents.

Are Essential Oils Safe for Children?

Posted on Jan 07, 2020 in General News

As essential oils have been growing in popularity, Harpreet Gujral, DNP, FNP-BC, and Rachel Dawkins, M.D., share insights on children and essential oil safety.

Peripheral Nerve Damage In Babies and Children

Posted on Jan 06, 2020 in General News

Most people might be more familiar with nerve damage in adults, but it can affect babies and children, too. Allan Belzberg, M.D., talks about peripheral nerve damage and how it is diagnosed and treated in children.

Managing Cold and Flu Season

Posted on Jan 02, 2020 in General News

Danielle Mercurio, D.O., emergency medicine physician, provides tips to prevent sickness and alleviate symptoms during cold and flu season.

Stories of the Year

Posted on Jan 01, 2020 in General News

From highlighting our dedicated staff to finding the answers to a mystery illness, we look back on a year of stories of celebration and hope.

New Year’s Resolutions for Kids

Posted on Dec 30, 2019 in General News

Jennifer Katzenstein, Ph.D., offers tips on how families can approach New Year’s resolutions in a fun, effective way.

Finger Sucking in Children

Posted on Dec 26, 2019 in General News

Children will often stop finger sucking on their own between ages 2 and 4. For children that may need some help stopping, Jennifer Ziemak, M.S., CCC-SLP, rehabilitation regional manager, offers some helpful tips for families.

What to Know About Croup In Children

Posted on Dec 23, 2019 in General News

Rachel Dawkins, M.D., explains the signs and treatment for croup, which is a swelling of the airway just below the vocal cords.

Minimizing Holiday Stress for Children with Autism

Posted on Dec 20, 2019 in General News

Jason Hangauer, Ph.D., pediatric psychologist, shares ideas to help make the upcoming holiday season more enjoyable and minimize stress for children with ASD and their families.

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