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Blog Archive

5 Tips for Soothing a Crying Newborn Nov 11th, 2022

Newborn babies cry more in their first three months of life than they do at any other stage. Adjusting to the environment outside the womb can be tough for brand new babies, and there can be lots of reasons for their crying or fussiness like hunger, gas, colic, or just...

Most Common Allergies for Kids Oct 12th, 2022

Research shows that about 50 million Americans struggle with allergies. Allergies tend to start developing during infancy and continue through childhood. This can greatly affect your child’s everyday activities in life. But how do you know what kind of allergies to look out for in your kids? Nauman Ahmad, MD, FAAP and...

Why Scheduling an Appointment if Your Child Is Sick Is Always a Good Idea Sep 27th, 2022

Children get sick a lot. Their immune systems are still developing, which makes them more susceptible to germs at day care and school, and the average child gets seven to eight infections a year. As a parent, keeping your child safe and healthy is your top priority, but it’s normal...

Down syndrome Oct 17th, 2019

Down syndrome is the most common genetic disorder causing developmental disabilities. This extra full or partial copy of chromosome 21 resulted by the abnormal cell division is the leading cause of intellectual and developmental delay worldwide.

Abdominal Pain in Children Oct 17th, 2019

Abdominal pain is incredibly common in children, but it is difficult to make a timely diagnosis so the treatment can be initiated. There are various potential causes of abdominal pain in children, affecting multiple organ systems. Each Organ system requires a unique set of diagnostic tests.