Pediatric advice in Gastonia NC on the 1st month of breastfeeding

Pediatric advice in Gastonia NC on the 1st month of breastfeeding

Pediatric practitioners in Gastonia NC  say in a baby’s first year, they gain three times the weight they were born with. They require a large number of nutrients in order to grow at this rate — more than at any other point in their lives. Breast milk is the...
Pediatric spotting, managing epilepsy in Gastonia, NC

Pediatric spotting, managing epilepsy in Gastonia, NC

Pediatric advice on managing epilepsy November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month, and an important part of pediatric care is knowing how to help families manage epilepsy. First, of course, you have to be able to spot it, and it doesn’t always take the form of...

Pediatric in Gastonia, NC tips on kids’ eye safety

Home Eye Safety Month Part of pediatric care is good eye care and eye safety. October is Home Eye Safety Month, possibly because Halloween is coming and few things freak us all out more than the possibility of eye damage. And with good reason — our eyes are very...

Pediatric advice on raising children with Down syndrome

National Down Syndrome Awareness Month October is National Down Syndrome Awareness Month, and many parents of children with Down syndrome are seeking pediatric advice on how to care for them. Although children with Down syndrome are very much like other children,...

Pediatrics advice in Gastonia, NC on tonsillitis and other illnesses

Pediatrics advice on common childhood ailments Pediatrics experts in Gastonia, NC understand that almost every children is going to suffer from a fever or tonsillitis at some point. Many children also go through chicken pox, even if they’re vaccinated. It’s best to...