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Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) In Children

Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) In Children

Every single year, around 58,000 children under the age of five are hospitalized due to the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) in the United States. While this respiratory virus typically induces mild, cold-like symptoms, RSV in children can result in severe illness....

Your Baby’s First Steps And The Proper Shoes

Your Baby’s First Steps And The Proper Shoes

Your baby’s first steps is one of the most exciting milestones to witness as a parent. But with new milestones comes new worries and challenges to address; are they developing properly, how should I aid them, what kind of shoes should they wear, etc. Read on to...

Keeping Your Child Healthy During Flu Season

Keeping Your Child Healthy During Flu Season

While the term “flu” is commonly (and incorrectly) thrown around as the same thing as a bad cold, the influenza virus is a serious virus that can make people extremely ill and result in dangerous, severe complications. This is particularly true in...

How To Keep Kids Safe From Lithium Batteries

How To Keep Kids Safe From Lithium Batteries

Lithium batteries are used in almost every aspect of our modern lives, and in many ways make our everyday routines more convenient. As electronic devices get smaller, slimmer, and sleeker, there are so many more ways that lithium batteries are incorporated. From small...

Proper Car Seat Safety In Florida

Proper Car Seat Safety In Florida

​ The top priority of any caregiver or parent is the safety of your child. Florida has child car seat regulations drivers are required to abide by all the time, whether you’re driving on Florida roads or live in the state. Read on to learn more about Florida car...

Learning About Allergies

Learning About Allergies

According to the World Allergy Organization (WAO), the sensitization rate to common allergens among school-aged children worldwide is approaching 40-50%. National Health Interview Survey data reports that 7.7% of children in the U.S. have hay fever, 6.5% of children...

Helping Your Child Stay Cool During These Hot Summer Days

Helping Your Child Stay Cool During These Hot Summer Days

Thanks to climate change, temperatures continue to climb in the United States- particularly during the summer months. While children certainly love to play outdoors, excessively high temperatures can raise your child’s risk for heatstroke and heat exhaustion,...

Teething And Your Baby

Teething And Your Baby

Most new parents don’t know how much just a tiny baby tooth can ruin your day. You may not even think about your baby’s teeth until it causes them to scream and keep you up all night. Even when they make a fuss, it can be difficult to know if your baby is...