Seven Secrets for Parents to Make America MOVE again!

March 22nd, 2018

Children in the days of old used to always be up and ready to go; climbing trees, riding around on their bikes, or exploring the wilderness. Unfortunately in recent times things have changed a lot. Children often don’t want to go outside because they have YouTube, video games, and television to control their lives.

What Every Parent Needs To Know About Ear Infections In Children

October 6th, 2017

What Every Parent Needs To Know About Ear Infections In Children

Common Ear Infection – (Also called Otitis media) in children that usually presents with ear pain, fever, excessive crying or a variation of those.

According to the AAP, otitis media is diagnosed when there is bulging of the tympanic membrane (ear drum) or there is a new onset of drainage of fluid from the ear in a child that has not been diagnosed with otitis externa (inflammation and pain of the hole leading into the ear). Onset of ear pain has to have been recent in the last 48 hours or less.

6 Signs Of Lactose Intolerance

July 28th, 2017

It’s a grim reality many of us face: Promptly after eating cheese, we become sick. Should we persevere through our love of cheese and a helping of blissful ignorance, or face the fact that we may be lactose intolerant? According to the Mayo Clinic, the most common symptoms of lactose intolerance, when our bodies cannot fully… (more…)

The Best Children’s Pain Control Video Ever Made

July 28th, 2017

An entertaining video guide for families to learn about how pain works and how to have more control over your pain, your body and your experience during medical procedures. Created by, Stanford Children’s Health and Produced by Booster Shot Media ©2017 Learn more at http://pain.

In The Beginning It Was A Simple Diaper Rash

July 2nd, 2017

 When Is Diaper Rash not Just A Rash?

Diaper dermatitis is common and is usually easily treated. However, just like many other things in life, it can also get complicated. There are several scenarios that every parent, as well as providers, should be aware of in which a rash IS not a simple diaper rash.