Archive for the General Pediatrics Category

Back to School Physical Time
July 10, 2019

When we think of summer, we think of long sunny days, enjoying the great outdoors, and spending time with friends and family. Summer is also the best season to book […]

Great Adventures: Traveling with Medical Conditions
June 14, 2019

For people living with special medical needs traveling can be challenging, but with lots of thoughtful planning, the globe can be your playground.  Here are some travel tips to help […]

ACL Risk for Girls
May 3, 2019

Boys do not own the word tough. Girls go shoulder to shoulder, competing for the inside track. Breaking free of the pack, they strike a blaze down the field. A […]

Every Breath We Take With Cystic Fibrosis
April 30, 2019

Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away. –Maya Angelou For people living with cystic fibrosis (CF), no […]

Connect. Appreciate. Respond. Empower.
April 26, 2019

There are special people in this world, who lift our spirits and care for us in ways that give us comfort. Our compassionate team of heath care providers connect with […]

Florida’s Natural Wonder has a Sting
April 22, 2019

Living in a sunny state, our children are lucky to be outdoors most of the year. Young children, especially are busy discovering nature and its endless wonder, not thinking about […]

Vaccines – The Truth Comes Out
April 9, 2019

A parent’s most basic instinct is to protect their child. Often times when facing life altering decisions for our children we are inundated with conflicting information, as in the case […]

Sweet ZZZ’s for Growing Bodies
March 20, 2019

There is nothing sweeter than a little one sleeping. The peace and quiet is heaven for parents, too. Good sleep habits are important to instill in our children.  Sleep is […]

Load up on the Cabbage and Veggies
March 15, 2019

Did you know that corned beef and cabbage is actually a St. Patrick’s Day and Irish-American tradition?  In the Irish homeland, the traditional St. Patrick’s Day meal eaten is lamb […]

Community, Confidence and Autism
March 8, 2019

Autism has two sides. It can be invisible to the naked eye, or obvious and misunderstood. Its appearance is nuanced, and varies from individual to individual. “Many parents do not […]

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