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Winter Safety Tips for Children

Dress infants and children warmly for outdoor activities.  Several thin layers will keep them dry and warm. Always remember warm boots, gloves/mittens, and a hat. The rule of thumb for older babies and young children is to dress them in one more layer.
Feb 3rd, 2023

CDC’s Developmental Milestones

CDC’s milestones and parent tips have been updated and new checklist ages have been added (15 and 30 months). For more information about the recent updates to CDC’s developmental milestones.
Jul 7th, 2023

Ensuring Water Safety: Protecting Our Most Precious Treasures

Water activities offer joy, physical activity, and memorable experiences for children. By implementing proactive measures like constant supervision, swimming lessons, life jackets, and educating children , we can create a safer environment.
May 30th, 2023

ADHD in Children

ADHD is a common neurodevelopmental disorder in children, characterized by inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. It can affect academic and social life but can be managed with medication and therapy. Early intervention and seeking professional help
Apr 24th, 2023

10 tips to prevent children from accessing medications

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends 10 tips to prevent children from accessing medications, including storing them out of sight and reach, using child-safety caps, and disposing of unused medication properly.
Apr 11th, 2023

Spring allergies in children

Spring allergies in children are caused by pollen, grass, and flowers. Preventive measures include closing windows, air conditioning, washing hands, face, and changing clothes. Medications, such as antihistamines, nasal sprays, and eye drops, can help.
Apr 1st, 2023

RSV and Flu case

We are seeing a rise in RSV cases. RSV can be very dangerous among young children. Parents should seek medical attention if a child is having trouble breathing, gasping and wheezing or coughing hard.
Oct 27th, 2022

Emergencies vs Urgent Issues

Some situations are life-threatening emergencies and you need to call 911. Some are urgent issues but not a life-threatening emergency. Night and weekend calls are reserved for these issues. For all other matters, please schedule an appointment.
Aug 2nd, 2022
Lowell, MA Pediatric Care

Lowell, MA Pediatric Care

Parents residing in Lowell, MA and surrounding areas need to be aware of the quality pediatric care available to their children. Finding quality care for a child can be hard.
Feb 15th, 2022
How Do You Select A Cardinal Pediatric?

How Do You Select A Cardinal Pediatric?

Choosing the right pediatrician for your baby is a big job. There are many factors to consider before making an appointment with one. With so many pediatricians available today, sometimes choosing which one can be confusing.
Jan 7th, 2022