Caring for Kids…at Billings Clinic

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Caring for Kids with Fever

Nothing induces more anxiety and fear in a parent than their child running a temperature.  I am no exception.  I remember in my second year of pediatric residency, my precious 13-month-old son started running a 104.8 fever at 10 o’clock at night (as usual, these things always happen late).  He had no other symptoms except … continue reading

Exploring Montana

For some reason, I always feel like I’ve been “robbed” this time of year.  I am not ready for the summer to be over yet.  My kids will be off to school this week, and I wish we had more time together!  My kids are a bit older now and they are fun to hang … continue reading

Where to go for what

The summer months are full of exciting activities the whole family can enjoy! Being out and about, going from one activity to the next, sometimes leads to illness and injury. So, where should you go if you find your kiddo with a healthcare ailment? There are so many different places to access healthcare depending on … continue reading

Melanoma on the rise in young people

Why is a pediatrician talking about melanoma?  Isn’t skin cancer an old people thing?  Unfortunately, that is not the case. Children can get melanoma and most of the sun damage leading to melanoma happens as teens and young adults.  A recent report from the American Society of Clinical Oncology showed that melanoma is up 250% … continue reading

My Christmas tradition, simplicity

I have a love/hate relationship with Christmas.  I love the meaning of this time of year, the special times with family and friends, and the memories and traditions that last forever.  But, the hustle and bustle and self-inflicted pressure to make the season bright often leaves me exhausted and downright irritated.  Unfortunately, the people at … continue reading

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