Category: Children’s health

Just her “little bumps”

Audrey has molluscumcontagiosum.  We call them her little bumps. Over the past year she has become quite accustom to explaining to anyone that might ask, “It’s okay, they do not hurt, they are just my little bumps.” A few months … Continue reading

When should my child take an antibiotic?

A special post from our guest blogger, Navjyot K. Vidwan, MD, Pediatric infectious disease Physician at Dayton Children’s. November 12-16 is Get Smart about antibiotics week. Visit the CDC’s website to learn more. When a child is sick, parents tend … Continue reading

What does a forensic nurse do?

Did you know that child sexual abuse is a very common problem in today’s society? Some literature estimates that 1 in every 4 girls and 1 in every 5 boys will be sexually abused by the time they reach their … Continue reading

Tis the season… for the flu vaccine!

‘Tis the season…. No, not Christmas shopping yet… but the season for influenza and the influenza vaccines!!!! I recently made appointments for Audrey and Ethan to receive their vaccine at their doctor’s office and I got mine at work not … Continue reading

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