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Football helmets are there to protect skulls. They do not prevent concussions. pediatricinsider.wordpress.co…
RT @AllergyKidsDoc Myth: I want my child tested for #foodallergy before I feed them the food Truth: Allergy tests cannot predict future reactions; best suited to help diagnose a history that suggests prior reactions. Lots of false + results; overtesting often leads to unnecessary avoidance.
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Author Archives: Dr. Roy
Adapted from Dr. Roy’s blog post Ah, spring. Birds are tweeting, the flowers are blooming, there’s a layer of yellow dust all over my car, and just about everyone is sneezing and stuffy. Fortunately, there are some great medicines out … Continue reading
In a few weeks, my son Daniel and I will be getting out heads shaved — a silly stunt, yes, but it helps draw attention to childhood cancer. We’ve actually made great strides in the treatment of cancer in children, … Continue reading
Our portal is “open for business” 24/7 — so if you’ve got a question, you can send it in anytime! Watch this short video to see how. Portal messages sent to staff are typically answered the next business day. You … Continue reading
It’s now easier than ever to schedule your appointment via the portal! Here’s a video demonstration. Portal scheduling is most useful for ordinary sick visits within the next few days, quick nurse visits for vaccines, or well check ups for … Continue reading