Is My Child Summer-Ready?

Is My Child Summer-Ready?

As a doctor, my goal is to keep children happy and healthy all year long. It is a great privilege to partner with parents to provide for the physical and emotional well-being of children through every stage of development. Read More

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Could the Prescription Drugs in Your Cabinet Put You or Others at Risk?

Could the Prescription Drugs in Your Cabinet Put You or Others at Risk?

Prescription drug abuse is at an all-time high in the U.S. More than 1,600 teens begin abusing prescription drugs each day. Young adults (ages 18-25) are the largest abusers of prescription drugs, mainly using Opioid pain relievers, ADHD stimulants and anti-anxiety drugs. Read More

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Concussion Conscious Parenting

Concussion Conscious Parenting

As a parent, you go to extreme lengths to ensure the safety of your children. In today’s sports, there has become a fine line between encouraging a sports dream and risking long term health. Read More

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Spring Safety: 18 Precautions to Keep Kids Safe

Spring Safety: 18 Precautions to Keep Kids Safe

Spring is a wonderful time of year. After being indoors for the winter, we can take our children outside and enjoy the fresh air while doing activities they enjoy. Read More

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Bedside Sleeper vs. the Crib

Bedside Sleeper vs. the Crib

Every parent has heard the stories of losing sleep and becoming a zombie for the first year of a child’s life. Well, my first year with Cohen was no different with endless, sleepless nights! Read More

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Heart Alert: The First Snowfall

Heart Alert: The First Snowfall

Heart Alert: What you need to know about that first snowfall. Read More

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Injury Prevention for Kids

Injury Prevention for Kids

Fall is here, and it seems like just yesterday our kids were finishing their last day of school and summer was upon us. Read More

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Cool Ways to Beat the Heat

Cool Ways to Beat the Heat

With temperatures rising into the 100s, it’s important to take precautions so your children avoid heat exhaustion or heat stroke. Read More

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8 Ways to Keep your Kids Safe this Summer

8 Ways to Keep your Kids Safe this Summer

1. Prevent Recreational Water Illness

Recreational Water Illnesses are illnesses that are caused by germs and chemicals found in the water we swim in. Contrary to popular belief, chlorine does not kill all germs instantly. Read More

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