One of the most uncomfortable conversations we’ll have with our kids is the old “Birds and the Bees” talk. Most parents are usually caught off guard by an inquisitive preschooler asking, “Where do babies come from?” The response involves a nervous, flushed parent carefully choosing words that include, “when two people love each other….” Most … continue reading
Jimmy Kimmel just might have hit the nail on the head with this sketch. While it might be an edgy approach to the topic of vaccination, we feel its message is appropriate. We applaud our fellow physicians for taking a strong stance. ICYMI, take a look.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune condition that affects the central nervous system (brain & spinal cord). The diagnosis is made clinically, meaning that there is no simple test to determine if your child has MS. Pediatric MS affects girls more than boys. It is very rare, impacting 1-2 out of every 100,000 children. In … continue reading
A visit to any specialist for your child can be scary. Although most children are pretty healthy, sometimes a parent’s worst fears can come true and they will learn that their child has a complex and chronic disease, such as congenital heart disease. Congenital heart disease simply means heart disease that your child was born … continue reading
Most people, when planning a trip to “The Happiest Place on Earth,” spend the days and weeks prior to their vacation worrying about what clothes to bring, which stroller to take, what attractions they want to visit, and which restaurants they want to dine in. Now an additional task will find its way to a … continue reading