• Vitamins for Toddlers
    Everyone of a certain age probably remembers Flintstones vitamins. They were chalky, tangy, and citrusy–but they had a catchy theme tune. When you were little, you probably had one every Read more
  • Body Shaming in Teenage Boys
    For a wide variety of reasons, middle school and high school can be terribly trying for kids. For example, no one would be shocked to learn that teenagers face body Read more
  • Dietary Tips for Breastfeeding Parents
    Every parent wants to make sure their kids are eating well! That’s true whether you kids are 18 years old or 8 months old. When you are feeding your newborn Read more
  • When a Child’s Short Attention Span Might be Something More
    As adults, we can easily blame our short attention spans on social media and YouTube. But our kids are a little bit different–they haven’t been corrupted by the internet yet! Read more
  • Visiting a Pediatrician as a New Parent
    If you have or are about to welcome your new baby into the world—congratulations! Being a new parent is one of the most exciting times. Of course, we also know Read more
  • How to Take Your Baby’s Temperature
    For adults, taking an internal temperature is easy. Whether you have an oral, forehead, or ear thermometer, you just place the sensor where it needs to be and wait. Even Read more
  • My Baby Won’t Breastfeed
    Babies usually have large appetites. Growing takes a lot of energy, and babies generally grow very quickly! This means that newborns, in particular, require a substantial amount of nutritious energy. Read more
  • FAQs About the Pediatric COVID Vaccine
    No doubt you’ve been hearing a lot of discussions, particularly on the news, about the Covid-19 vaccine. You’ve also heard that kids five years old and older are now eligible Read more
  • Developmental & Behavioral Visits
    Learn more about developmental and behavioral disorders in children. A growing child can greatly benefit from visiting their pediatrician regularly for routine checkups. No, a child doesn’t have to be sick Read more
  • Does My Baby Have Colic?
    As a parent, you want to fix everything. This feeling never goes away, but it’s particularly present during those first few weeks with your newborn baby. When your baby cries, Read more
  • Newborn Care in the First Twelve Months
    There’s an old saying that babies don’t come with an instruction manual. And that’s true. But parents don’t need to feel like they have to figure it out all on Read more
  • Summer Safety Tips for Children
    Keep your child safe while enjoying fun in the sun. School’s out for summer, and your child may be gearing up for outdoor adventures, summer camps, swim team, and other activities. Read more
  • Tips to Bond Emotionally with Your Newborn
    For many parents, bonding with a newborn is one of the most joyful jobs you can have. But bonding with your new baby is an intentional process–it’s not, as some Read more
  • Does My Child Have Anxiety?
    Be able to spot the warning signs of anxiety in your child. Anxiety is undoubtedly on the rise, not just for adults but for children. The pandemic has certainly left kids Read more
  • The Importance of Children's Nutrition
    Make sure your child is following a healthy, balanced diet. One in 5 school children is considered obese in the US. So, how do we stop these statistics from getting any Read more
  • Newborn Care FAQs
    How your pediatricians in Chicago, and Northbrook, IL, can help with newborn care If you are caring for a newborn, you probably have a lot of questions. Fortunately, your pediatrician knows Read more

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Closed