Managing Spring Allergies

Spring brings warmer weather, shorter sleeves, more sunshine, and allergies. Spring allergies can be attributed to several culprits like pollen from blooming trees and dust from spring cleaning. Here is what you need to know about spring allergies and how to alleviate your kids’ symptoms. Spring Allergies or Cold? Sometimes it can be hard to…

Spring Nutrition

With the onset of warmer weather, we tell our kids that spring cleaning is important. We should also be teaching them that it’s good to apply that principle to our diets. Ditching the heavy foods of fall and winter and incorporating fresh, seasonal fruits and veggies is the perfect way to “spring clean” your kids’…

Your Child and Dry Skin

It’s the Season for Dry Skin With the onset of winter comes the potential for your child to develop dry, itchy skin. Change in temperature from going from the outside cold air to heated inside air and lack of moisture in the air can cause skin to feel tight, itchy, or flaky. In most children,…

National Dairy Month Pediatric Care Group

National Dairy Month

Get More With Milk! June is National Dairy Month, a tradition dating back to 1937 when we used this time to promote the health benefits of introducing more dairy into our diets. Today, National Dairy Month is a great way to start a summer vacation filled with the essential nutrients and vitamins to help your…

Child With Glasses Pediatric Care Group

All Eyes on Vision

Eyes. We are constantly using them, and so are our children. The eyes begin to work from the moment your little ones wake up in the morning, to the moment they close their eyes at night. Children’s vision is vital to their growth and it’s one of the key ways they experience the world. Recently,…