What To Do With Your Kids On A Rainy Boca Raton Day

What To Do With Your Kids On A Rainy Boca Raton Day

Rainy day got you down? Whether it's summer, spring, winter, or fall, what to do in Boca Raton when it starts raining? And raining? AND RAINING? We’ve compiled a list of our “Mommy Recommended, Pediatrician Approved” Boca rainy day activities for kids around and...

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Why We’re All Responsible for Kids With Food Allergies

Why We’re All Responsible for Kids With Food Allergies

Sending a child with food allergies out into the world everyday is a source of anxiety and fear for parents and caregivers.The U.S. Centers for Disease Control reported that food allergies result in more than 300,000 ambulatory-care visits a year among children under...

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Should We Still Be Worried About Zika?

Should We Still Be Worried About Zika?

It's been a little over a year since the Zika virus came to South Florida. You heard about it on the news constantly, read about it online, and maybe even tuned in to our Facebook live video featuring special guest, OB/GYN Dr. David Lubetkin. So what's going on with...

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5 Tips to Raise A Non-Bully

5 Tips to Raise A Non-Bully

One of the worst parenting nightmares is to see our kids suffer. Be it physical or emotional, there is nothing quite like the osmosis that happens within us when our child is hurting. Struggling socially is nothing new, but what is new is the accessibility of bullying...

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The Instagram Effect On Parenting

The Instagram Effect On Parenting

For centuries, we have long been obsessed as a society with portraiture and later, photography, a freeze frame moment in time that depicts the perfect family, the perfect backdrop, and the perfect split-second image. Fast forward to 2017, where taking and sharing a...

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They say raising a child takes a village, so we’re here to bring parents the information about common pediatric topics direct from the pediatrician!

Tips For Happy Campers

Staying healthy at summer camp With summer camps around the country beginning in the coming days or weeks, it is important to review some guidelines and tips to keep your campers healthy. Summer camp for your child likely means close interaction with numerous...
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This is Nuts! {An Introduction to Peanuts for Your Little Peanut}

Peanuts can be a scary topic for new parents. Peanut allergies affect 1-2% of children and can be severe and lifelong. Most schools typically have peanut bans or at the very least, peanut-free classrooms or lunch tables. The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology has recently come out with updated guidelines that reduces the risk of developing a peanut allergy.

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Molluscum

My son was exposed to another child who has molluscum. What is this and is it contagious? Molluscum contagiosum, commonly referred to as molluscum, is a common and benign viral infection that affects the skin.  Rare among infants less than 1 year old, this condition...
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Eczema

Itch, Itch, Go Away One of the most common skin disorders in children, atopic dermatitis, aka: eczema, can be aggravating for both children and parents because of its chronic and often uncomfortable symptoms. The features of atopic dermatitis are that of a chronic...
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Mommy Recommended, Pediatrician Approved: Baby On-the-Go

"Mommy Recommended; Pediatrician Approved" Our Favorite Things "Baby On The Go" Edition by Ashley Rudnick & Chad Rudnick, MD, FAAP Featuring a mommy's 'favorite things' for survival and a Boca Raton pediatrician's commentary Holiday season is here, and definitely...
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