It’s a topic that no one really likes to talk about, and yet questions about infant stool are among our most common. When is it time to worry and when can a bowel movement be classified as “normal”? Our baby poop guide below lists the more frequently asked questions we receive, organized by age group. Baby Poop Guide: Newborn 0-3 months 1. My baby is stooling less than usual. Should I be … [Read more...] about CCP’s Baby Poop Guide: The Scoop on Poop
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Thanks to all of you who have shared feedback on ways to improve the patient experience at Center City Pediatrics. Many of you have asked us to consider how we can streamline our processes and make it simpler to interact with our office. The way to do it is by combining our personal, hands-on, Patient Centered Medical Home approach with the latest technology. We are very happy to share with you … [Read more...] about Taking Our Tech to the Next Level: Making Your Experience More Efficient and Informative
Living in an older city that is under seemingly constant construction, many of our families are concerned about the potential of lead in Philadelphia homes and their children’s health and well-being. Here, our pediatricians offer some information about lead and how to reduce the possibility of exposure, plus share some additional resources for your family. With Michigan’s Flint lead crisis … [Read more...] about Lead and Your Family
Is your toddler biting others? In this blog post from our pediatricians, learn why toddlers bite and how to respond. This is a typical stage of development for children under the age of three! At age 2, my child became the class biter. Around that time, he ran over a little girl’s fingers with his toy fire truck and refused to apologize. I panicked, jumped on Amazon and bought a book on moral … [Read more...] about Hannibal Lecter or My Sweet Little Bundle of Joy?
Protect your family against Lyme disease and other harmful effects of insect bites! In this post, our pediatricians explore kid-safe tick and mosquito repellents as well as other techniques for keeping pests at bay. In the Northeast, the spring and summer months are a time when many of us enjoy the outdoors, whether taking advantage of the nearby Schuykill river and Wissahickon trails or … [Read more...] about 2019 Edition! Keep Kids Safe from Mosquitos and Ticks
Sun safety for kids & babies is incredibly important as we enter the summer months. In this blog, learn about the best sunscreens for kids, how to protect infants and other vital tips from our pediatricians. Our office staff teases that no matter where I go on vacation, I never come home with a tan. I’m vigilant about sunscreen use for my family and myself year round – for good reason. … [Read more...] about Sun Safety for Kids & Babies