If you’re looking for ways to help your baby fall asleep and sleep well, we have some game-changing tips for you. Read on to learn about some of our favorite sleep hacks that should help your baby (and you) have a peaceful night's rest.
Ready to introduce cereal and mashed fruits and veggies? Transitioning your baby from breast milk or formula to solid foods is a brand new step that needs careful consideration. Read on to find out where to start.
Taking care of a newborn can be fulfilling and challenging at the same time. One of those challenges might be that your baby cries all the time. Keep reading to find out what might be the cause and what action to take.
If you’ve heard about jaundice, but don’t know all the facts, we can help. This common condition can be easily diagnosed and treated, if needed. However, most cases resolve on their own in a few days. Continue reading to learn more.
Knowing what to expect right after you have a baby can put you at ease and help you feel prepared for what’s ahead. Keep reading to gain some insight about how to navigate the new journey that awaits you.
It’s easy to panic when your child experiences an injury outside of normal “business” hours, but we can help. Here are some solutions to help you know how to navigate through these times when you feel unsure, nervous, or maybe even scared.
Getting prepared for the birth of your child can be one of the most exciting times of your life. Once your baby is born, watch their development and health closely, beginning with their first well-child visit. Let’s look at what you can expect.
If your child is having behavioral issues that seem to be beyond their control, they may be struggling with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Learn about the three types of ADHD to help better understand your child and next steps.
It isn’t always easy to know what nutritional choices to make for your child. Learning what they need is a step in the right direction. In this post, we’ll discuss those needs as well as a few other tips that may help you.
If your child becomes sick or injured after normal office hours, it isn’t always easy to know what to do. Keep reading for guidance on finding out when to call and when to bring your child into our practice for after-hours medical attention.
If you have a sick child who needs a quick diagnosis and remedy, but you can’t get to the doctor’s office, telemedicine might be your answer. Here, you’ll learn what telemedicine is and discover the many advantages it offers.
When you have a newborn, you should schedule their first doctor’s appointment just three to five days after their birth. The timing of this visit is important — not just for your baby, but for you, too. Read on to learn more.
If you have a child with ADD, don’t let the challenges that this disorder can bring tear your family apart. With the right understanding, support, and plan, your family can stay close and strong together.
With type 2 diabetes being a growing problem among children, you might have concerns about your child’s risk for developing this disease? Here, you’ll learn proactive ways to help them avoid it, so they can live a healthy life.
Your child’s diarrhea should only last a day or two when dealing with a stomach bug. If it persists longer, they should see a medical professional right away. Keep reading to learn what causes diarrhea and when its symptoms are reason for concern.
Watching your child struggle to breathe and not knowing how to help is difficult. Does your child have breathing problems from asthma or allergies? If so, keep reading to find out how to help your child when they’re affected by these issues.
When your child has a fever, it isn’t always easy to know when they need medical attention. Here, you’ll learn about fevers, how to know when your child has one, and understand when it’s time for a physician’s care.
In addition to buying pencils and notebooks to get your child ready to return to school, you should also schedule an annual back-to-school physical. Find out why it’s especially important to schedule one this year.
Do you have a picky eater at home? You are not alone. This is one of the most common concerns that parents have about their children. While there is no quick fix to this issue, there are some things that you can do to help your child overcome.
Northeast Pediatric Associates is committed to the continued delivery of newborn and well child care which includes vaccinations. The COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly evolving which has led us to develop new strategies in order to provide a safe encounter...
Sleep is more important now that ever. Coping skills are more effective when a child’s body is rested and their schedule is consistent. A cranky, over active child or teenager suggests a lack of sleep.
Newborns enter the world without clothes, without judgement, without self-control and without a care in the world. It is not in their best interest to forgo maturation and never develop the skills needed to traverse life successfully.
I am a firm believer in the ideal of individual freedoms. Freedom of speech, press, and religion are the cornerstones of what it means to be an American. Yet, as with any freedom, it is implicit those freedoms be exercised with responsibility.