Well Child Exams for Preschoolers – What to Expect

During the first couple of years of a child’s life, they see a doctor more times than you can probably keep count of. While less frequent, preschool age well-child exams can be just as vital to a child’s overall health. Once children get to age 3-5, provided they are overall healthy and up to date…

What are Pediatricians?

Even if you’re not a doctor, it’s clear that children and adults are very different. The early stages of life undergo rapid change (as any new parent will tell you how giant their two-month-old is). With children growing like weeds, how do you know that everything is going well? Luckily for the typically paranoid parent,…

Five Ways You Can Get Involved in Your Child’s Life

As kids start growing up, it becomes more difficult to communicate and stay aware of their day-to-day lives. This problem affects many parents and can be a source of anxiety. There are many different ways, however, that you can be more involved in your child’s life—without making them feel like you are overbearing. There are…

The Benefits of Using a Board-Certified Pediatrician

The American Board of Pediatrics is an organization that provides a common standard for pediatric services in the United States. They oversee a rigorous process to provide approval and certification to pediatricians, although their certification is not required by law. As a result, they have become a nongovernmental standard for pediatric services that can be…