Dr. Spencer Shares His Own Experience with Lead Exposure
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Ear Infections: How Worried To Be?
Rashes on Amoxicillin are common. Get the scoop on when to worry, and when it's ok.
New studies show a different way to care for teens after a concussion
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Put down the Smartphone: Smartphone Addiction and Mental Health By Whitney Casares, MD, MPH
As we start another year, I find this is a great time to put my mind to the changes we will face in it. 2013 will be a special year for Pediatric Associates in that we will be making some changes to the general philosophy of how we care for our...
Pertussis (also known as whooping cough) is an infection that has received a lot of press in the last few years. It was just a year ago that California was setting records with the ...
The streets in my neighborhood are littered with pink and white confetti from the trees that line the sidewalks – a sign of spring – and of seasonal allergies.