By following these tips from a Children’s National Health System pediatrician, you can make sure your child has fun while staying safe this summer.
With spring in the air, many people look forward to the start of warm weather, sunshine and most importantly the end of the winter season. However, for some, springtime means itchy eyes, sneezing and other symptoms commonly associated with allergies.
Everyone can appreciate an extra hour of sunshine each evening, but losing an hour of sleep when you’re a parent with young children or teens can be tough.
Now that their son Caleb has survived three surgeries addressing his Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, these Leesburg parents are making the most of every moment.
If your child says their head hurts, don’t dismiss it as a simple headache.
Before you hit the road or take to the skies this holiday season, here’s what pediatricians from Children’s National Health System want you to know.