Orlando Pediatric Health Guide

  • How to Help Your Kids with Spring Allergies

    How to Help Your Kids with Spring Allergies

    As we finally say goodbye to winter and welcome spring with open arms, we can also be preparing our children for the influx of allergies that this season brings with it. With pollen from trees, weeds, and grass on the rise, our children can find their bodies reacting to these allergens and developing irritating symptoms. Read More


  • What Not to Do in Your Baby’s First 30 Days

    Bringing your newborn baby home, especially for a first-time parent, can be a scary thing. Amidst all the excitement and love you’re feeling, a sort of anxiety can also set in when it comes to making sure you’re doing the right thing. Chances are, you’ve prepared for your baby as much as possible before they Read More


  • Ways to Keep Kids from Getting the Flu

    This winter has been another rough flu season. While the flu can seem unavoidable at times, there are preventative measures you can take to keep your kids as protected as possible from this type of virus. If you’re ready to keep your kids healthy and happy this flu season in Orlando, try out some of Read More


  • 18 Ways to Keep Your Kids Healthy in 2018

    As parents it’s our role and responsibility to ensure that our children are keeping fit and staying healthy. Given the amount of high sugar foods and the tendency to sit in front of the TV or computer for hours on end, it can sometimes feel like we are failing at what should be a simple Read More


  • What to Do When Your Child Complains of Chest Pain

    When you are a parent, there is nothing scarier than your child complaining about pains you do not know how to explain. When they complain about chest pain in particular, your mind might jump to the worst possible conclusions without considering any options. Doing this might cause senseless panic that will do the opposite of Read More


  • 7 Most Effective Ways to Soothe a Crying Newborn

    Parenthood is a beautiful experience that changes the life of the new parents for better. However, along with unlimited happiness, it also brings a number of worries and anxiety of taking care of the newborns. As new parents, figuring out how to deal with the constant baby crying and the times when the baby just Read More