Category: Children’s health

Stepping up to stop bullying

            The beginning of school means a return to emotional turmoil for the kids who are the victims of malicious ridicule and intimidation by their peers. This is not the good natured teasing that inevitably occurs among young kids. The … Continue reading

Adjusting your teens sleep cycle for school

As summer draws to a close and school time nears, it is time to reset those teenagers sleep cycle so that they can better conform to the hours of the school day. I am daily seeing teenagers in my practice … Continue reading

Child-sized radiation

By Dr. Elizabeth Ey, Medical Director of Radiology Do you know enough about radiation safety for your child?  When an X-ray, CT scan or any other radiation emitting test is ordered, do you ask your physician if the size of … Continue reading

Taking a bite out of teething pain

Well it’s about time.  Mary finally is getting some teeth.  She’s 16+ months old.  I have to admit – I love her toothless grin.  But we can’t keep cutting up her food into itty bitty pieces forever – right? I … Continue reading

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