Facing Back to School

As we move into the fall, everyone is facing new challenges.  Your child may be getting ready to start distance learning for the fall, or you are navigating keeping your child safe in a daycare center or school open for live instruction.  Even families of new babies hoping to nurture their developing minds are finding

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Testing for Coronavirus

Dear friends and families, As the pandemic drags on, we wanted to remind everyone that we do collect samples for coronavirus testing on our patients at our downtown office by appointment only.  Results come back to us in as quick as 1 day, though sometimes it takes 3 to 4 days.  Should you get tested? 

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Trauma and Racism

Now, with the complete upheaval of our lives by COVID19, most families can quickly identify how trauma affects so many parts of our health and well-being.  From sleep disturbances to mental health disorders and trouble with focus and attention, it is easy to identify many of these changes in our children now.  As pediatricians, we

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Quaranteenagers: An Opportunity for Growth

     Stress during an infectious disease outbreak can cause fear and worry about your own health and the health of your loved ones, changes in sleep or eating patterns, and worsening of mental health conditions among others.  You may feel sadness, frustration, irritation, anger, loneliness and other uncomfortable emotions. You many experience difficulty with attention and

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Office Visits Under Stay At Home Orders

To our dear Pediatric Associates families, Your safety while delivering expert care remains our number one priority during these challenging times.  While the guidelines continue to evolve as COVID19 infections increase in our community, visits to see a physician are still considered essential under the strictest government orders.  While we are offering telemedicine appointments for

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