Orlando Pediatric Health Guide

  • 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

  • 8 Tips to Keep Your Kids Safe on Halloween in Mount Dora

    It’s that time of the year again when tiny ghosts and goblins and the cutest frightening creatures will be calling on your door for some trick-or-treats. Halloween brings along with it lots of fun. But at the same time it is important that you ensure kids’ safety this time of the year. Famous for its so Read More

  • The Importance of Sleep for Your Child’s Health

    Sleep is essential to your child’s health and well-being.   Of course, it is a vital part of the day for all of us – we know the impact lack of sleep has on us. Moodiness, lack of focus, inability to make good decisions… It is even more important that children get enough sleep. You Read More

  • 2017 Back to School Health Tips for Parents

    Summer is over. The school days are waiting ahead. Starting the new school year can be a time for great excitement – and anxiety not only for the kids but also for the parents. Aside from getting your kids the perfect backpack, durable school supplies, shoes and new clothes, the lengthy checklist does not end Read More