6 Signs Of Lactose Intolerance

July 28th, 2017
6 Signs Of Lactose Intolerance

It’s a grim reality many of us face: Promptly after eating cheese, we become sick. Should we persevere through our love of cheese and a helping of blissful ignorance, or face the fact that we may be lactose intolerant? According to the Mayo Clinic, the most common symptoms of lactose intolerance, when our bodies cannot fully… (more…)

The Best Children’s Pain Control Video Ever Made

July 28th, 2017
The Best Children’s Pain Control Video Ever Made

An entertaining video guide for families to learn about how pain works and how to have more control over your pain, your body and your experience during medical procedures. Created by, Stanford Children’s Health and Produced by Booster Shot Media ©2017 Learn more at http://pain.

In The Beginning It Was A Simple Diaper Rash

July 2nd, 2017
In The Beginning It Was A Simple Diaper Rash

 When Is Diaper Rash not Just A Rash?

Diaper dermatitis is common and is usually easily treated. However, just like many other things in life, it can also get complicated. There are several scenarios that every parent, as well as providers, should be aware of in which a rash IS not a simple diaper rash.

My Baby Has A Diaper Rash. What’s That?

July 2nd, 2017
My Baby Has A Diaper Rash. What’s That?

 What Is Diaper Rash?

Diaper rash is one of the first things new mothers experience with their newborns that requires intervention from a healthcare professional after going home with their bundle of joy. The old school providers call it nappy rash and the medical terminology is napkin or diaper dermatitis.

Parents, before you refuse your child’s next vaccine read this

July 2nd, 2017
Parents, before you refuse your child’s next vaccine read this

Your Child's Pediatrician Is on Your Side

Contrary to what may are told by proponents of vaccine refusal, your child's pediatrician is your child's advocate. The pediatrician earns his or her livelihood by seeing your child do well in health and being on the same page with the parents.

Appendicitis In Children Can Be Scary: here is the scoop

July 2nd, 2017
Appendicitis In Children Can Be Scary: here is the scoop

Our clinic is one of the leading destinations for children’s health in Roswell and Alpharetta. Today’s post is about falls and injury prevention.

Acute appendicitis refers to an inflammation of the appendix. The appendix is a small, blind-ending structure outpouching from the cecum (the first part of the large intestine). It is regarded as a vestigial organ because its purpose is unknown.

How Your Pediatrician Decides Whether Your Child Has Strep Throat Infection or Not

July 2nd, 2017
How Your Pediatrician Decides Whether Your Child Has Strep Throat Infection or Not

To STREP or not to STREP, that is the question. Let us talk about some of the confusing aspects of this common diagnosis and how the decisions are made most times in the outpatient settingSTREP.

Streptococcal pharyngitis is one of the most common infections that lead to the prescription of antibiotics in the pediatric primary care office in the United States.

Why Is My Baby Breathing Funny

July 2nd, 2017
Why Is My Baby Breathing Funny

Normal and Abnormal Breathing Patterns in Children

Younger ones may breathe fast or slow

In general, young infants breathe much faster than older children and adults. The regular breathing rate of a newborn baby is between 40 and 60 breaths a minute.

Is My Child’s Head Normal?

July 2nd, 2017
Is My Child’s Head Normal?

Are you worried about you child's head?

Uncertainty about your child's head can be an uneasy feeling. On your first visit, the provider will perform a thorough head to toe physical examination.

The Top Is Soft

At the top and the back of your child's head is a soft spot, called the fontanelle.