All the things that haunt you late at night in one blog post!
Intro to Gross Stuff: Let’s face it- no one wants to discuss lice, bed bugs, pinworms, or scabies. But let’s also face it- this stuff happens and we have to face the music sometimes
RSV- What is it and why do we see it?
RSV stands for Respiratory Syncytial Virus, it is a viral infection that we usually see in the late fall and winter. RSV usually causes a regular old cold in most children and adults. In younger babies
12 Facts About Newborns
12 interesting facts about newborn babies for parents and families. Great reminders for both first-time families and growing families
Automobile Safety: Car Seat & Air Bags – The Facts
Unfortunately, car accidents are a leading cause of injury and death in children each year. One of the most important ways to protect your children in a car is by properly buckling them into an appropriate
Newborn Welcome Note
Congratulations! Welcome to the practice, or welcome back if you’ve been here before. The purpose of this email is to give you some basic information about your new baby that you can refer to
Why Isn’t My Baby Sleeping?
As the late afternoon intense fatigue sets in, I walk into the office and smile as I see my four month old patient and her family. “Hello!” I greet them cheerily. “How are you? What’s
Ear Pain in Children
Is Ear Pain Normal in a Baby or Child? Ear pain is the most common reason parents bring their children to the pediatrician. Children are more prone to ear infections because they have smaller Eustachian
Beautiful spring day, light wind on your face, warm sun beating down…. your child sneezing non-stop, constant sniffing and eye-rubbing, cough keeping her up all night…. Seasonal allergies can be like a thunderstorm on
We wanted to take some time to communicate information about COVID-19 to the Manhattan Valley Pediatrics community. We are aware that there have been a lot of mixed messages out there and hope you can
Eczema or atopic dermatitis is a chronic skin condition that caused dry, red, itchy skin in all age groups. Eczema will come and go based on a number of factors. Approximately 65% of patients with eczema