Eczema is a term for medical conditions that irritate the skin. It affects a lot of children and even some adults. Many things can cause eczema and there are equally as many treatment options. What do you need to know?
Yearly Archives: 2015
Influenza, or the flu, is more dangerous in children than the common cold. According to the CDC, the United States is above the peak we were at in the 2013/2014 season, and the number increases as winter continues.
Seeing your child sick or injured is nerve-racking – and your first reaction might be to run to the emergency room. But, it’s important to stay calm, look at the symptoms and their severity, then make your decision about whether … Continue reading
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School is just starting up. With the start of school comes the start of exams. It’s normal for kids to be a little stressed and nervous before exams. It can even help test performance at times. However, some kids experience … Continue reading
It’s that time again – the kids are headed back to school! One of the hardest things about going back to school is getting back into a routine. Here are a few tips for parents to transition from summer to … Continue reading
Summer is a time for children to enjoy the weather and play sports. Even though sports and other activities are important for children to be involved in, it’s also important to make sure your children are safe while playing.
It’s just about summer and the kids will be of school with a bunch of a energy. There are a few areas to cover to ensure that your children have a fun, safe summer in Lake Mary, FL!
Swimmer’s ear, also known as external otitis, is a bacterial infection of the outer ear canal. It’s typically caused by excessive water exposure from various activities, such as swimming, diving, surfing and other water sports.
Seeing tiny, white specks in your child’s hair might cause panic, but head lice is a very common problem for children. In fact, between six and 12 million children get infected with head lice each year. It’s usually spread by … Continue reading