New parents can find themselves confused and overwhelmed. Do you have parenting questions about your newborn? You're not alone! Get your baby facts and answers to common questions from two trusted pediatricians.
If you feel you are not receiving the medical treatment you need, speak up! Often the matter can be resolved with just a conversation. If you feel a complaint is appropriate, here are a few suggestions to help you present a polite, direct complaint.
Preemies are precious, but do require more care. Here is an overview of what follow-up your premature baby may need in addition to regular visits to your pediatrician’s office after he comes home from the hospital.
As kids get older, the fear of getting probed, poked at, or receiving shots can set in, making doctor visits an uneasy experience. Here are some fun role-playing games to help prepare your child for the doctor.
Some medical procedures that were once routine are no longer so common. Evidence increasingly shows that sometimes today's popular medical intervention is not worth the risks it involves. How does a parent decide when intervention is best?
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