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Common Breastfeeding Issues & How to Overcome Them

Whether you are a new mom or have been a parent for a while now, you may experience breastfeeding issues. But fret not; you can find efficient, effective ways to help your baby grow and get the most out of your breastmilk. If you have any worries or are already experiencing concerns with breastfeeding, then […]

How to Help Your Child Overcome Seasonal Allergies

Is your child suffering from a runny nose, watery eyes, and non-stop bouts of sneezing? Then they are more than likely experiencing seasonal allergies. These types of allergies can be hard to deal with, especially during the spring and summer months when spending time outdoors becomes more prevalent among families.  If your child is dealing […]

The Newborn Care Guide: 5 Tips for New Parents & Getting Through the First Days

So you have waited nine months for this moment and now you get to go home with your new little human. At this point, parents are likely exhausted, exhilarated, and overwhelmed at the same time. And while there is no step-by-step guide to being a perfect parent, it’s good to take it a few steps […]

A Parent’s Guide to Understanding ADHD in Children: Background & Diagnosis

Children and teens are complicated. Their behavior can be a wildcard. There’s a lot going on inside their growing bodies and developing brains. They might be going through new social experiences, growing emotionally, learning the language, learning social behavior, or going through hormonal changes. Of course, none of this makes it easier for a parent […]

Immunization Schedule for Children: A Review of Two Important Vaccines for Kids

There’s been a lot of debate surrounding vaccines lately. And while the healthy and rigorous debate regarding new medical interventions is always necessary, it’s a good time to remember the amazing history behind some of today’s well-established vaccinations.  The standard immunization schedule for children has quite a history. The eradication of certain illnesses from the […]

The COVID-19 Antibody Test: What You Should Know About Antibodies and Accuracy 

The body is a remarkable machine with a precise memory for viruses and infections.  This short-term and long-term memory—so to speak—is what protects us and helps us fight off infections throughout our lives. As your children grow, they are exposed to pathogens that they build immunity for. Our cell’s ability to “recognize” viruses has helped […]

Radiology’s Role in Kids Health and Recovery: A Look at Medical Imaging & its Amazing Technology 

When glimpsing within the human body became a scientific reality, it understandably led to much curiosity and commotion. It was the late 1900s, and the medical field was experiencing growth and innovation at ground-breaking speed.  A technology that allows a view into the body? It was only the beginning. Today, advancements in both the process […]

Seasonal Sniffles: 4 Signs That Your Child Can Benefit from Allergy Testing 

As planting season rolls in, flowers perk up, grass regains its lush green demeanor, and pollen attaches itself to the warm breeze while millions of Americans across the country begin their seasonal sniffles. More than 50 million Americans experience some form of allergy each year. Spring is a well-known allergy season but several kinds of […]

Common Newborn Care Worries: Understanding and Dealing with Colic 

For parents-to-be who have spent the last nine months decorating the baby room, collecting a closet full of diapers, and choosing out the cutest baby clothes, the reality hits all at once. Usually, in the first few weeks, when an equally daunting pile of questions and worries begin to hurl sleep out the door.  Having […]

COVID-19 Testing: What to Know and Expect From the Different Tests 

March of 2021 will mark a year or so since the attitude towards COVID-19 began a radical shift in the United States. The country went from cautious to serious and widespread concern, as various countries around the world experienced the rapid spread and consequences of the virus. Since then, as far as medical advancement is […]