I have stumbled on a tool kit that I find pretty helpful – I think it’s worth sharing. I am always very cautious about suggesting materials put out by pharmaceutical companies. We all ought to be a cautious about hidden agendas, but this one seems to be pretty good. I especially like the section [...]Read more
Flu: It’s Here
Last year about this time, we were whispering under our breath, afraid to break the spell, “Flu hasn’t been too bad yet, so far…” and it was a blissfully easy season compared to most. Clearly we can’t say that about this season – it has been rough. We have struggled to keep up with the [...]Read more
It Gets Better
Sometimes we have just a great story that’s worth sharing. One of our moms, Erin, a patient of Dr. Wagner, was kind enough to provide this blog entry to encourage moms of babies that have a rough start – the ones that don’t live up to the Baby Story/People Magazine dreams of a calm, blissful [...]Read more
Tantrums: Why & What to Do
Your child is kicking and screaming and causing a scene in the middle of the grocery store, all because they can’t have a special type of cereal. This is the type of situation that most parents fear. Why is my child doing this? What can I do about it? How do I do something without [...]Read more
TV & Your Kids
There is a lot about television that concerns me, especially the passive nature of TV viewing. The next time your child watches TV, look at him instead of the screen and ask yourself, “What is he doing?” or perhaps more appropriately, “What is he not doing?” Sitting in front of the television set, children are [...]Read more
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What might seem minor to a pediatrician can feel very much like an emergency to a parent. Here are some guidelines that might help you decide if you need to call after-hours or if you can wait until morning.
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