Treating Bee Stings

Do you have a bee sting?

If you only have a sting site reaction , a cold compress or an ice pack should…

Bon Voyage to the Skaugs

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Inclement Weather Policy

THE SAFETY OF OUR PATIENTS, STAFF, AND PROVIDERS ALWAYS COME FIRST!

The Children’s Clinic…

Cotton Swabs

Cotton-tipped swabs are not meant to be placed in ears. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics,…

Fever Medication

Every year hundreds of infants receive more than the recommended dose of  Tylenol for age. Rarely, these…

When Is a Fever an Emergency?

While for the majority of children fever is not an emergency- there are a certain group of children that…

Fever is Good – Most of the Time

For parents, doctors and pharmacy companies, fever has been thought to be “the enemy”. We should…

Fever Phobia

In 1980, Pediatrician  Dr. Barton Schmitt created the term “Fever Phobia” to describe the misconceptions…

Ticks & Lyme Disease in Children

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Although anyone can get Lyme disease, children spend a…

Summer Saturday Hours

We will start our summer hours for our Walk-in Clinic this Saturday, May 13. Saturday hours will be from…