Children's Health

A child’s well being and health is constantly evolving as he or she reaches different stages of development. It is often difficult to diagnose what is wrong with a child if they are unable to articulate their symptoms of an illness. Children’s health can range from developmental disorders, acne, allergies, or behavioral problems.

All Children's Health Posts
by our physicians
By Dr. Boettcher
Coughs are a common complaint of parents, particularly when the cough is keeping the parent up. Coughing can be caused by multiple things.
Topics and Subtopics: Children's Health & Infant Care

We have debunked the most common myths when it comes to tick bites. Learn the best ways to deal with ticks.

By DuPage Medical Group Sleep Medicine
Discover the myths and facts related to sleepwalking.
Topics and Subtopics: Children's Health & Sleep

By DuPage Medical Group Sleep Medicine
Learn more about common occurrences during sleepwalking, why it occurs and underlying causes.
Topics and Subtopics: Children's Health & Sleep

By Dr. Bryan Lapinski, Foot and Ankle Surgery
Whether you are out for a stroll or a full-on weekend warrior, a sprained ankle is one of the most common and painful injuries you may encounter.

By DuPage Medical Group Pediatrics
While breast milk or formula is a necessity, adding solid foods to your baby's diet is an exciting milestone. Introduce foods one at a time, a few days apart:
Topics and Subtopics: Children's Health & Infant Care

By Dr. Robert Matlock & Dr. Vijay Thangamani
Is the baseball player in your family looking to be the starting pitcher on the mound? Click here to get the full wind up on preventing overuse injuries in baseball pitchers.

By DMG Physical & Occupational Therapy
Learn how to improve your child's balance.

By Dr. Mia Taormina
Measles is a highly contagious infection caused by a virus. Please read the commonly asked questions about measles including symptoms, treatment and the MMR vaccine.

By Dr. Stankiewicz
Bug bites and stings are a common problem in the spring and summer months. They are usually harmless and more of a nuisance than a serious health concern. Occasionally, they can cause infections or allergic reactions that may need to be addressed by a health care professional. Parents should know the signs of infection or an allergic reaction and when and how to take action.
Topics and Subtopics: Children's Health & Skin Health

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