Keeping Your Kids Safe in the Summer Heat: Tips from the ER

Did you know that a child’s body heats up 3 to 5 times faster than an adult’s?  It’s true.  That’s why it is extremely dangerous for a child to be left or play in an unattended car. “It is never, under any circumstances, okay to leave a child in an unattended car, even if the [Continue Reading]

NicView: The Next Best Thing to Being Bassinet-side

It’s the news no expecting mother wants to hear: there’s something wrong with your baby and we need to deliver now. But that’s what happened after a routine check-up for Jennifer Do back in May. Doctors told her that her baby, Hunter, wasn’t getting enough oxygen and nutrients to develop properly and she would need [Continue Reading]

Most birth defects have no known cause. What you need to know about diagnosis and treatment.

It’s every parent’s worst nightmare; having a child diagnosed with a debilitating condition that could impact them for the rest of their lives. And it’s more common than most people may know. One out of every 33 babies born in the world arrives with a major birth defect, a frightening diagnosis that can lead to [Continue Reading]

A Pediatrician’s Tips for Preventing Ear Infections This Summer

Keeping cool while having fun is what summers are about. For many kids, that involves diving into pools, floating in ponds – or dancing in a sprinkler’s spray. With that can come swimmer’s ear and painful ear infections. Natasha Bhagwandin, M.D., a pediatrician at Memorial Hermann Medical Group Pediatrics in Atascocita, answers our questions to [Continue Reading]

This isn’t your Grandma’s parenting advice.

What every grandparent needs to know about today’s recommendations to keep babies and kids safe and healthy. As any new parent can attest, there is no shortage of sage advice that arrives with a bundle of joy. From the proper way to burp a baby to expert insight on soothing teething pain, nearly everyone seems [Continue Reading]

Is your little one ready for potty training?

When it comes to potty training, timing is everything.  Just ask mother of two, Leslie Snelgrove.  “My oldest son Charlie started showing signs around 18 months,” says Snelgrove.  “He wanted to copy us. But then he regressed and stopped, so we didn’t push it.” Snelgrove and her husband Andy decided to wait until Charlie was [Continue Reading]