Category Archives: Peds to Parents

Celebrating the Holidays with Food Allergies

By: Stacey Messé, Pediatric Dietitian, RD, CDN, CNSC With the holiday season here, we all have a lot of things on our minds.  The holiday season can be filled with joy and laughter, but it can also be filled with … Continue reading

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Discussing Ebola with Your Children

By Dr. Jana Shaw, Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital and the American Academy of Pediatrics webpage HealthyChildren.org Editor’s Note: This page will be updated with new information as it becomes available. Ebola has been a focus of daily … Continue reading

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Some Tricks for Enjoying Halloween !!!

   By Mardie Ninno –  Margaret L. Williams Developmental Evaluation Center, Kohl’s Autism and Related Disorders Program         Most children really enjoy Halloween!!  They love the pumpkin faces, the candy they get trick or treating, the costumes, and many of the older … Continue reading

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Healthy Back-to-School Habits: Hand Washing

By Mary Laverty MLIS For many families and children in Upstate New York, the first day of The Great New York State Fair also begins the countdown to the first day of school. The first days of school can mean … Continue reading

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Summer Time Eczema

Summer Time Eczema By Alyson Weiner Eczema is a common skin condition that affects children. Affected children usually have dryer skin in the wintertime and end up having more severe symptoms. However, many children become more self-conscious about their eczema … Continue reading

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