vaccine

What to Do When You Get Sick While Pregnant

What to Do When You Get Sick While Pregnant

A common cold or mild stomach bug is no big deal… unless you happen to be pregnant. Here are some essential safety tips on what to do when you fall sick while expecting . . . »

Dealing with Ear Infections

Dealing with ear infections

If a clinician says, “It looks like an early ear infection” or “The eardrum is a little red” chances are it does not meet the criteria and should not be treated with antibiotics . . . »

What about Pertussis (whooping cough)?

What about Pertussis (whooping cough)?

Pertussis still circulates and unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated infants aged less than 12 months have the highest risk for severe and life-threatening complications and death . . . »

Vaccine Debate

At some point the vaccine debate simply has to end

As parents, we are charged with not only loving our kids but also in keeping them healthy. And I don’t believe that that begins and ends with getting them to eat their vegetables . . . »

What kind of vaccine will my baby need? What should I do to keep my baby’s health good?

My baby was just born about 7 days ago. I want to know what kind of vaccine will my baby need? What should I do to keep my baby’s health »

We are moving to Thailand with a daughter of 15 months. What kind of vaccines would you reccommend.

We are moving to Thailand with a daughter of 15 months. What kind of vaccines would you reccommend. Thank you in advance for your answer. Although there is no special »

Rotavirus and your child

Rotavirus and your child

Rotavirus is a virus that infects the bowels. It is the most common cause of severe diarrhea among infants and children throughout the world . . . »

Our boys (13 months and 4 years old) have not yet been vaccinated for Japanese encephalitis. Would you recommend this vaccine?

We are moving to Cambodia in July. Our boys (13 months and 4 years old) have not yet been vaccinated for Japanese encephalitis. Would you recommend this vaccine? We will »