Archive | June, 2015

House Rules

by Tariq M. Khan, MD, FAAP Parents are challenged, and often struggle, with how to set rules and manage the behavior of their child starting from infancy right through the adolescent years. Even in a household with both parents present and equally attentive, it is a task. It becomes a daunting challenge when parents are […]

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My child was stung by a bee or yellow jacket: WHAT SHOULD I DO?

by Maria I Diaz, MD, FAAP Summer is finally here! There are more outdoor activities, gardening, barbequing… and with that, exposure to our flying friends. Stings by honeybees, bumblebees, hornets, or yellow jackets may have two types of reactions: a local or an anaphylactic reaction. Having one type of reaction does not mean you will […]

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