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Navigating Your Baby’s First Checkup

All children should see a pediatrician for an annual well child visit once a year to ensure they are on track with growth, development, and overall health. Infants however, need to see Read More

The Role of Allergy Testing in Children: Identifying and Managing Allergic Reactions

Your child might have an allergy if certain symptoms develop whenever they are exposed to a certain substance. Allergy testing can be used to identify your child’s allergy so symptoms Read More

Seeking Help for Your Child’s Fever

If your child has a fever, you are probably already worried. Luckily, Child & Adolescent Health Specialists, serving Cohasset, MA, and the general vicinity are here to help your child Read More

Allergy Testing in Children: Types, Process, and What To Expect

Allergies are highly common, affecting one in three adult Americans and one in four children according to the American College of Allergy Asthma and Immunology. Because children spend a lot Read More

ADHD or Typical Child Behavior? Differentiating Signs

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD is prevalent in many children and adults. Recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that roughly 6 million children between Read More

Allergy Testing: What Parents Need To Know

Allergies are more common than many parents realize, with many children going undiagnosed until they experience an allergic reaction. Genetics do play a role, but even if you never experienced Read More

Understanding Developmental Milestones

To adequately monitor your child's growth and development their pediatrician will usually compare their progress against certain standard milestones, this process is what's usually known as a developmental screening. You Read More

Understanding Fever in Children: Causes, Symptoms, and When To Worry

A fever is a medical symptom that should be taken seriously, especially if it is happening to a newborn baby or child. If you are concerned about your child’s fever Read More

The Importance of Allergy Treatment

Achoo... the classic sign that spring has arrived for some people. Runny nose, stuffy nose, itchy eyes, sneezing, cough, fatigue, headache, or worse wheeze and shortness of breath. If your child Read More

Understanding Newborn Sleep Patterns

Understanding Newborn Sleep Patterns When you become a new parent, you will likely have many questions about your child’s health and routine. It’s important that you understand what you can expect Read More

How a Pediatrician Can Treat Your Child’s Fever

A fever is when your body temperature rises above the normal range as a response to an infection or illness. It's your body's way of fighting off invaders. While mild Read More

What To Know About Respiratory Illness in Children

What to Know About Respiratory Illness in Children If your child develops a respiratory illness, breathing difficulties can be scary. It’s nice to know your pediatrician can help your child feel Read More

The Importance of Pediatric Same Day Sick Visits

Sick visits with Child and Adolescent Health Specialists are your child's ticket to prompt, compassionate care when they need it most. Imagine the peace of mind in knowing that when Read More

What to Expect During Well-Child Visits

Well-child visits are scheduled medical check-ups that play a crucial role in ensuring the health and development of your child. These regular appointments, typically recommended from birth thru adulthood, are Read More

Signs Your Child Might Have Allergies

Children have weakened immune systems and it’s likely that they’ll deal with sickness at some point in their lives. However, it’s important to know if your child is dealing with Read More

FAQs About a Lactation Consultation

If you are considering breastfeeding your baby you may already be aware of the many benefits of doing so, but it's also important to consider the possible challenges. To help Read More

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