Not so nice, Head Lice!

Head lice are a common problem that usually effects school-aged children and their families. They can attach to the hair of anyone’s head. It doesn’t matter if the hair is clean or dirty. Though head lice may be a nuisance, they don’t cause serious illness or carry any diseases. Head lice can be treated at […]

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COVID 19 and the 20/21 School Year

As parents we’ve all been faced with the dilemma of making the best decision for our children this school year. COVID19 has seemingly thrown us one curve ball after another. What will our schedules look like? Will our children be safe in a traditional school setting? Will we have high transmission rates throughout the fall […]

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Summer Fun: Molluscum?

Summertime is here! Time for fun, sun, swimming, and….. SKIN RASHES?? During the warm summer months, more children present to the pediatrician’s office with complaints of various skin rashes. One very common rash seen year round that is commonly a problem during the summer is Molluscum. What is Molluscum?: Molluscum Contagiosum (Poxvirus) is a viral skin […]

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Medical Home

At Pathway Pediatrics we strive to create a “Medical Home” for our patients and their families. The concept of a medical home was initiated by the American Academy of Pediatrics in the 1960s. As technology has evolved, organizations that look at the quality of medical care have begun to further define what constitutes a medical […]

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Home Alone?

As our state is in the beginning phases of reopening and many parents are preparing to return to work, this summer offers a different outlook compared to the usual routine of many families. With concerns of the potential spread of COVID-19 upon reopening our state and the desire to continue “social distancing” as much as […]

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COVID Time: In Office Visits

Visits during COVID-19 In the office Even though families are staying home to prevent the spread of COVID-19, there are still important reasons why you may need to bring your child into the office, including: Newborn visits after a baby is born. To stay up-to-date on immunizations and well child visits. For hearing and vision screenings. To […]

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