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April 12, 2019 | Deepak Mehta, MD, Jessie Marcet-Gonzalez, CPNP
Tongue-tie
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Becoming a new parent is a joyous, yet, stressful life transition. From filling bottles to changing dirty diapers, our daily routine completely evolves; our time becomes enriched with baby cuddles and other sweet surprises to follow as they grow and develop. Providing our little ones with the best nutrition to grow is a top priority, but feeding can be challenging if your infant is unable to secure a good latch. This can sometimes be the result of ankyloglossia, or tongue-tie. 

What is ankyloglossia?...

April 10, 2019 | Stanley W. Spinner, MD
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The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently announced new safe sleep recommendations to help protect against sleep-related infant deaths. Sudden death of an infant less that 1-year of age that cannot be explained, even after a thorough investigation, is referred to as sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS...

April 08, 2019 | Ronald Jason Vilela, MD
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What is an ear infection?

A typical ear infection is an inflammation of the middle ear. It’s one of the most common childhood infections and can occur in one ear at a time or both ears at the same time. They are more common during cold and flu season.

What are the causes of ear infections?

Many situations can contribute to developing an ear infection. A middle ear infection can be caused by infection of fluid...

April 05, 2019 | Samira Armin, MD, FAAP
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No one starts the day off on the right foot unless they’ve had enough sleep! Sleep is essential; yet, according to the National Sleep Foundation, nearly 30 percent of children and 75 percent of teenagers are not getting the right amount of sleep. Below, I have answered a few important questions to help better understand the importance of sleep so you can help your child catch a...

April 03, 2019 | Tiffany X. Nguyen, DO, FAAP
Don’t shy away from carbohydrates
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“I know eating carbohydrates will make me fat.”

“Wait – aren’t carbohydrates unhealthy?”

“We have a family member with diabetes, so we stay away from carbohydrates altogether.”

These comments come directly from our pediatric patients, and we’re definitely familiar with the concerns. However, saying “no” to carbohydrates isn’t the answer. We want to help you get smarter about the carbohydrates that are good for you.

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