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Your Baby and Cradle Cap

Noticing rough, scaly patches of skin on your newborn’s scalp? If so, this is a sign of cradle cap. This condition (also known as infantile seborrheic dermatitis) is fairly common Read More

Does My Child Need Glasses?

We all want our children to be healthy and to have the best chance for success, especially once they start school. Of course, your child must be getting regular vision Read More

Your Child and the Importance of Vitamin D

Vitamin D deficiency is incredibly widespread in the US, and not just with adults! In fact, about one in 10 children in the US are deficient in vitamin D and Read More

Preventing Pediatric Heat Stroke

Climate change has certainly caused the temperatures to climb here in the US, especially during the summer. While we know that kids love to play outdoors, when temperatures are high Read More

What Is Pediatric Urinary Incontinence or Enuresis?

While children under 3 years old will not have control over their bladders, older kids that still have issues with bladder control may have something known as urinary incontinence or Read More

Keeping Up With Your Child's Immunization Schedule

We understand that bringing your child in for a shot certainly isn’t fun for anyone, but keeping your child updated on vaccines is one of the most effective ways to Read More

FAQs about Children's Nutrition

When you turn to your pediatrician for nutritional advice or help, they will always take a personalized approach to help your child meet their nutritional goals, whether that’s losing weight, Read More

Symptoms Of Your Child's Ear Infection

Wondering if your child might be dealing with an ear infection?While you will certainly know when you’re dealing with an ear infection; unfortunately kids, particularly newborns and toddlers, can’t tell Read More

Know the Symptoms of Mononucleosis

Mono, nicknamed the “kissing disease” because of how easily it spreads from person to person, is a viral infection caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). Pediatricians most often see this Read More

Bringing Your Child in for Whooping Cough

Pertussis, more commonly referred to as whooping cough, is a contagious bacterial infection of the lungs. The nickname comes from the “whooping” sound that occurs when a child breathes. While Read More

Why Your Child Needs an Asthma Action Plan

How your pediatricians in Grayslake, IL, can develop an asthma action plan to help your child live better with asthma If your child has asthma, have you ever thought about an Read More

Your Pediatrician's Guide To Thumb-Sucking

Reflexively, your baby is born with the ability to suck. It makes sense. After all, your little one must be able to suck to get nutrients, whether breastfeeding or bottle-feeding. Read More

Head Lice And How To Treat It

You’ve just received a call from the school: someone in your child’s class has head lice. We know that hearing that your child has or might have head lice can Read More

Childhood Leukemia and How We Can Help

Leukemia is the most common cancer in children and teens in the US, with the majority of children developing acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL). If your child has been diagnosed with Read More

When Does My Child Need Stitches?

We all know how accident-prone kids can be. They get bruises, bumps, cuts, and scrapes from time and time. Most of the time, these boo-boos are nothing to worry about, Read More

Diabetes in Children

In the past, the most common type of diabetes to affect children and teens was type 1 diabetes. This is also referred to as juvenile diabetes. In children with type Read More

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