Fall allergies can be just as troublesome for kids as the ones that come in spring. Let’s talk about allergy triggers and how to relieve them.
General pediatrics is filled with kids who have chronic runny noses, poorly controlled eczema and asthma, and many of them need allergy testing.
The outdated use of genetics says that our genes are fixed and we will likely have the same diseases our parents or grandparents had.
In the winter of 2011, Sandra brought two of her four children to my private practice in Charlotte, North Carolina. It had been a difficult flu season for everyone in the family except her son Hasan, who hadn’t shown any signs of illness. Sandra’s daughter had tested positive for flu and after checking on her […]
RSV, respiratory syncytial virus, is in the daily news. It is not a novel illness, but this year the RSV season began earlier and has struck harder than those in recent memory. RSV symptoms include: RSV is a common respiratory virus that causes symptoms similar to a cold. This doesn’t discount the gravity of contracting the […]
Between 5-30% of children are constipated. Here’s how to address this condition