It’s a popular topic of discussion among parents and families. Steven Schulz, MD, shares his expertise.
When your child begins to vomit, it can be scary for both the child and adults. Amanda Lloyd, MD, explains why it happens and what to do about it.
A surge of RSV cases this fall is leading to more children being hospitalized. Learn more about a vaccine in the works that could help children, parents, and health care providers.
As cold weather approaches, flu season is starting to ramp up. Our Infectious Disease specialists have information they want to share about how best to protect your health heading into winter.
A number of illnesses appear to be spreading in pediatric patients. Our experts share what they know about diagnosing and treating them.
Shots and physicals are top-of-mind for many parents sending their kids back to school. Here’s why full eye exams should be added to that list.
Each school district in New York requires every student to have immunizations against certain diseases. These are the most recent requirements.
Often known by the informal phrase ‘tube tying’, a tubal ligation is a procedure for women who want to permanently prevent pregnancy. Franziska Haydanek, DO, explains how it works.
An unusual surge in severe hepatitis cases in children is leading pediatricians to be on the lookout for symptoms in their patients. Steven Schulz, MD, explains the disease and what to look for.
COVID vaccines for children under 5 now has emergency use authorization from the FDA and CDC. The Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines are authorized for young children. Our pediatricians share what parents might want to know.
Getting the Tdap vaccine is among the most essential immunizations that an individual can receive to protect their immune system.
An effective way to way to protect your children and yourself against measles, mumps, and rubella is through the MMR vaccine.
With a national infant formula shortage, some people are looking for alternatives to milk for their babies. Our experts share what is safe, what to feed your baby – and what not to use.
Mothers and babies receive a lot of attention from providers during the three trimesters of a pregnancy. But for moms, the fourth trimester is a different story.
There are a variety of reasons why your child may walk a little differently than others. Orthopaedic Surgeon, James Engels, MD, talks through potential causes.
Sometimes parents notice a clicking or popping sound with the movement of their baby’s legs. We spoke to a pediatric orthopaedic surgeon for advice on what to do if this is the case.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a common disorder among children. Adam Weis, MD, gives insight into how to recognize it.
In just a few months, David went from being an active grandfather and husband to being constantly tired and out of breath. Then he learned about a new heart procedure that would change his life.
“I am excited to serve the healthcare needs of the community."
After working with the U.S. military in Afghanistan, Folad and Sayed were able to come over to the United States on special visas. Building a new life is a challenge – one that they welcome.