Pediatrics

A Note to New and Expecting Parents: Five Tips for Car Seat Safety

September 21, 2020
Whether you're a new parent or expecting a baby in the near future – congratulations! Welcoming a new baby is one of the most exciting,...

How to Prime an Asthma Inhaler

February 26, 2020
The most common way to take asthma medicine is with an inhaler. The medicine from an inhaler is sprayed out and breathed deep into the lungs....

Urgent Care For Kids

February 05, 2020
When your child gets sick or injured and you cannot get an appointment with their pediatrician right away, taking them to urgent care is a good...

How to Use an Inhaler With Spacer and Mouthpiece

January 31, 2020
The most common way to take asthma medicine is with an inhaler. The medicine from an inhaler is sprayed out and needs to be breathed deep into...

How to Use an Inhaler With Spacer and Mask

December 12, 2019
The most common way to take asthma medicine is with an inhaler. The medicine from an inhaler is sprayed out and needs to be breathed deep into...

Sports Injuries & Concussions

June 26, 2018
Concussions in sports, whether mild or serious, must all be taken seriously. Concussions are a type of traumatic brain injury (TBI) caused by a...

Water Safety Tips

January 01, 2017
Keep your family safe around water this summer. Always supervise children near water in a pool, tub, bucket or ocean. Designate a “Water...

Snow Sledding Safety Tips

January 01, 2017
Sledding Safety Sledding down a snowy hill has long been a favorite winter activity. While the bumpy ride can be thrilling, it can also be...

Child Safety Tips – Stranger Danger

January 01, 2017
Providing a safe environment when our children are away from home is a parent’s responsibility. One of the best things you can do for your...

Auto Pedestrian Safety - Back to School

January 01, 2017
About 100 children in the United States are killed every year while walking to or from school; another 25,000 children are injured as a result of...
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