Wintry weather is here and with that comes the extra threat of the flu. Dr. Sue helps you choose which vaccine is best for your little one.
Getting your kids vaccinated is a great way to fight the flu, but you can also keep their immune system strong with what they eat. Dr. Sue explains with the Kid's Doctor.
It's that time of year…packing up the family and venturing out on a holiday break or on a trip to see the grandparents! It's already a stressful time of year but add the congestion on the highways and in the airports… it's enough to make anyone crazy!
It seems as if it happens overnight. Your child's cough turns into something much worse. It's called croup…a viral upper respiratory infection that causes your child's trachea and larynx to become inflamed making it difficult for them to breath.
They have made their way back into your child's classroom…Lice! I have been fielding frantic calls from parents fighting lice in school and at home.
Some parents have dreams of their little athletes one day going pro. But for some children, the pressure can be too much and harmful to their health.
With school in full swing, I bet you checked off your to do list your child's immunizations. Vaccines keep kids healthy by preventing the spread of infectious diseases.
Flu frenzy is rampant right now since flu has started earlier than usual in some states. The good news is there are new, powerful vaccines to help prevent your family from getting sick!
Cooler temperatures have ushered in the fall season with so many families ready to throw open the windows! If you do let some fresh air in, you are also letting outdoor allergens into your home. Combine outdoor allergens with indoor allergens, you have the perfect storm for allergy sufferers.
With football season underway, it's crowded in the stadium and in the doctor's office. Many of us have witnessed a player shaken up and carried off the field after a big hit.