Protecting your Asthmatic Child from Common Chemicals
You may already be working hard to protect your child from common asthma triggers, such as seasonal allergens, tobacco smoke, excessive dust in your home, and the dander from household pets. However, what you may not realize is that some of the most common chemicals that you use for cleaning
Massage for Babies | Kid's 1st Pediatrics

August 18, 2020

Massage for Babies

If you have ever received a massage, you know just how good you can feel after it. You may have noticed the feelings of stress and anxiety melting away. You may have also noticed that little aches and pains decreased. Over time, massage has even been shown to create real
Flat Head Syndrome | Kid's 1st Pediatrics

August 11, 2020

Flat Head Syndrome

Flat head syndrome or positional plagiocephaly happens to some infants if they spend too much time lying in bed with their heads to one side. Because the plates of the cranium are not yet fused together completely as they will be later in life, they can still shift. If this
Easing the Stress of Shots | Kid's 1st Pediatrics
Almost every child has at least some fear of needles. While it may be tempting to put off shots so that your child stays happy, you could do that at the cost of your child’s health. It is important for long-term well-being that your child stays up-to-date on the vaccination
What You Can Do About Childhood Obesity | Kid's 1st Pediatrics
Genetics, environmental factors, lifestyle, and daily choices play into the shape and size of every person on the planet. While your child has a great deal of information about how he will look already plugged into him when he is born, there are some things that you can do to