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THE SAFETY OF OUR PATIENTS, STAFF, AND PROVIDERS ALWAYS COME FIRST! The Children’s Clinic rarely closes completely during inclement weather. We evaluate the roads at 6:30am the morning of and decide on clinic hours. Our Walk-in Clinic will be open during the clinic hours for that day. If your provider is unable to make the […]
Cotton-tipped swabs are not meant to be placed in ears. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, the best thing to do with earwax is leave it alone. Trying to remove earwax can cause problems. Putting cotton-tipped swabs into the ear canal pushes wax further into the ear. It can cause damages, dizziness, and balance […]
Every year hundreds of infants receive more than the recommended dose of Tylenol for age. Rarely, these overdoses can cause liver failure or death. The overdoses are most likely related to dosing too frequently- that is more than every 6 hours AND from parents using two products that BOTH contain acetaminophen e American Academy of […]
While for the majority of children fever is not an emergency- there are a certain group of children that fever is considered dangerous. Think of the Three I’s Think of the Three I’s Immune compromised– children that do not have a well working immune system cannot fight off infection and therefore when they have fever they need […]
For parents, doctors and pharmacy companies, fever has been thought to be “the enemy”. We should be scared of fever and make it go away as fast as possible. This may be a very dangerous idea for the following reasons. Fever Facts All animals, even single cell organisms, have fever. Therefore it is felt to […]
In 1980, Pediatrician Dr. Barton Schmitt created the term “Fever Phobia” to describe the misconceptions that many parents and physicians have regarding fever. Since that initial study, many other researchers have looked at how parents react to a child with fever. Most all studies show that the majority of parents do not understand key concepts […]
We will start our summer hours for our Walk-in Clinic this Saturday, May 13. Saturday hours will be from 9am to 12pm. Weekday hours will remain 8am to 6pm.
800 S. Church, Suite 400
Jonesboro, AR 72401