By Dr. Josue H. Cortes. M.D. FAAP
Now that we are halfway through the school year, it is a good time to review the common diagnosis of ADHD. The bottom-line concerns usually have to do with how to recognize ADHD and what steps to take once you do.
By Erin Rodriguez, Lactation Counselor
Breastfeeding can be frustrating sometimes, so a strong support system is key to a pleasant and successful experience. Encouragement and advice from those who have breastfed their babies can be just what a mom needs to help her with the process of breastfeeding.
By PaulinoMilla, M.D. FAAP
Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID) is a term used to describe the sudden and unexpected death of a baby less than one year old in which the cause was not obvious before investigation.
By Janet Imp, M.D. FAAP
It is summertime, and that means hours and hours of outdoor summer fun. While enjoying summer activities, it is very important for you to keep your child safe when he/she is outside in the heat, and in or around water.
By Grace Kim-Lu, M.D. FAAP
Summer can be a great opportunity to connect with your kids differently from the rest of the year, especially if your children go to school. I realize that every family’s situation is different; full-time working parents, summer camps/schools, and travel schedules will affect how time is spent, but being intentional about creating some simple yet memorable moments for your children will last a lifetime and strengthen family bonds.