• 09 MAY, 2019
    • 14

    A Good Night's Sleep: Tips for School-Aged Children and Adolescents

    By: Dr. Joseph Mechak There are few things more important to your child’s health than a good night’s sleep. Sleep duration, sleep quality, and sleep environment all play a vital role in your child’s mental and physical health.  Poor sleep has been linked to thing like behavior problems, anger, depression, anxiety, inattentiveness, hyperactivity, headaches, poor

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    • 23 DEC, 2017
    • 2

    The Common Cold: What to Do, When to Worry

    by: Michelle Place, CRNP-CP They do not call it the common cold for nothing. It is the illness that children suffer from most frequently. Unfortunately there is no easy fix for the common cold. The good news is that although the symptoms cause discomfort and can be extremely irritating they are usually self-limiting and not

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    • 19 SEP, 2017
    • 2

    Getting Ahead of Head Injuries

    By: Natalia Darling, PA-C  Getting Ahead of Head Injuries; Early Signs of Concussion. With the end of summer and return to school, the kickoff to fall sports and football season is upon us.  While for many this brings thoughts of fall weather and changing leaves, Halloween, and pumpkin themed activities and treats, medical professionals begin

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    • 09 JUN, 2017
    • 0

    A Pain in the …Head

    By: Michelle Place, CRNP-P Headaches are common in children, occurring in up to 75 percent of school-age children.The likelihood of headaches is even greater in adolescents than in younger children. The most common type is known as Tension-Type Headache. The pain with tension-type headaches is usually mild to moderate, does not throb, and may last

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