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Top Questions to Ask at a Newborn’s First Pediatrician Visit

Top Questions to Ask at a Newborn’s First Pediatrician Visit

by Olivia Pryor (SU)
Newborn babies should have their first pediatrician visit when they are about three to five days old. It is very soon because it is so important for the doctor to check for any issues.

5 Most Common Sports Injuries and How to Treat Them

5 Most Common Sports Injuries and How to Treat Them

by Kassandra Silva (SU)
If you’re involved in sports, understanding your susceptibility to injuries, identifying them, and learning how to address them are all part and parcel of staying ahead of the game. That is to say, given the fact that there’s no foolproof strategy to totally prevent sports injuries, it pays to know what to do in the event that you sustain one.

Things You Should Know About a Visit to the Pediatrician

Things You Should Know About a Visit to the Pediatrician

by Kassandra Silva (SU)
Never hesitate to take your child to see the pediatrician, because it is better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your child’s health. Let’s talk about some of the main things you should know before taking your child to the pediatrician, and where you can go here in Bucks County for outstanding pediatric healthcare.

How to Tell If You Need Urgent Care and When to Go

How to Tell If You Need Urgent Care and When to Go

by Olivia Pryor (SU)
There are a variety of health conditions and injuries that garner immediate medical attention but are not considered life-threatening. The emergency room of a hospital is designed to assist in life-threatening situations.

Fighting Flu? Here’s How To Overpower the Flu Bug

Fighting Flu? Here’s How To Overpower the Flu Bug

by Olivia Pryor (SU)
Every year, millions of people get sick with influenza. Commonly known as the flu, it is a highly contagious viral infection.