Autism affects 1 in 89 children. What exactly is autism and how can it be treated? Why is early detection important? Dr. Bob Sears answers common questions associated with this widespread childhood epidemic.
It's always hard to watch our children get sick. If only they could tell us what it wrong. What are the most common infant illnesses? What do you do when your child has a fever? When should you call the pediatrician and when can you probably handle things on your own?
The average parent gets only 15 minutes of facetime with their pediatrician each visit. There's a lot to be said in a short amount of time. How can you make the most of it? What questions should you be asking to ensure the best care for your growing baby?
You're in the process of picking out your dream team when it comes to pregnancy and birthing your baby. But what about picking a pediatrician to help care for your baby? That's right! Choosing your pediatrician is highly recommended prior to your baby's birth! How do you find a pediatrician that's right for your family? What important questions should you ask them? And what type of care can you expect shortly after delivering your baby?
We're continuing our series focused on what to experience if your twins need the NICU. In this episode, learn more about what happens after your babies leave the hospital. What type of follow-up and outpatient care is typically needed?
Is your Pediatrician supportive of breastfeeding? Unfortunately, that is not always the case. So how do you find a physician who will be helpful to you as you breastfeed your baby? And what's the best way to discuss breastfeeding issues with your Pediatrician?