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Symptom Checker

The American Academy of Pediatrics can point you in the right direction. Click on the button below and explore what your child’s symptoms might mean.  From itchy rashes to headaches they have it covered. More resources below...

Symptom Checker

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Vaccinations are an important part of your child’s healthcare.  From newborn series to college the links below have the CDC guidelines for each age.

Infants and Children (birth to 6 years)


Preteens and Teens (7-18 years)



If your child has ADHD, click below for resources for kids and their families.



If your child has asthma, click below to learn how children with asthma are diagnosed and treated, and what unique health considerations you should keep in mind.



It’s a fact of life in today’s society: diabetes isn’t just a concern for adults. Nearly one in five adolescents are living with prediabetes and are at greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

It’s a health risk that should be on every parent’s radar.

Prediabetes: www.merckmanuals.com/home/news/editorial/2020/10/28/13/18/prediabetes-in-children

Diabetes: www.diabeteseducator.org/living-with-diabetes/Tools-and-Resources/diabetes-in-pediatric-populations

Food Allergies

Living with food allergies.


Healthy Living

Healthy living applies to kids too!  Get tips on how to support  your child’s wellbeing below from healthy eating, sleep, and emotional development.



The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that kids 6 years and older get 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity​ on most days of the week. Learn more below.

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