Have you ever been told to stop and smell the roses, to see things with fresh eyes, or to touch wood? All of these quirky sayings serve as reminders of how valuable our senses are. But sometimes we forget how much they need taking care of.
Things are heating up! That means it's even more important this time of year to watch out for signs of dehydration in your kids. While this is commonly believed to be a summer issue, (which is true!), it’s still a risk year round.
Feeding your newborn can be an unforgettable experience — watching them discover different flavors and textures for the first time, and finding their favorite dishes — but for every bit wonderful, it can also be worrisome too.
As pediatricians, and parents ourselves, we know how scary it can be when your child is not feeling well. Depending on the severity of the concern, it can be difficult to decide what the appropriate response should be to best help your child.