Under The Rainbow - Fall 2020
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Turning the clocks back an hour can affect family routines, and it can take several days to get in sync with the new time. Try these tips to help cushion the impact.
Ear infections are a prevalent ailment among young children and the most common cause of trips to the pediatrician. Kiara Herbert knew the symptoms all too well. Her daughter, Rodmicka, battled ongoing ear problems from the time she was born.
Virtual visits have been around for years. You may have taken advantage of them with your primary care provider or your child’s pediatrician. But the recent coronavirus pandemic has made the service even more common than you’re probably used to.
Amy Edwards, MD, Associate Medical Director of Pediatric Infection Control at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, recommends targeting these high-touch spots to cut back on the spread of germs in your home year-round.
Is your family ready to say goodbye to seasonal allergies now that spring and summer have passed? Not so fast. Unfortunately, for many, the approaching autumn doesn’t mean relief from sneezing. Instead, it marks a new array of allergy triggers.
Home trampolines have spiked in popularity recently due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But they cause thousands of injuries every year.
Constipation can cause children a lot of discomfort – and parents a lot of concern. But childhood constipation is very easy for parents to handle and prevent with these simple strategies.