Marc Rabuse, MD Marks 40 Years As Pediatrician At Westchester Health Pediatrics

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Westchester Health Associates and Westchester Health Pediatrics would like to congratulate Marc Rabuse, MD for his 40 years of clinical practice in pediatrics, providing exceptional medical care to children and their families throughout the Westchester region. What an extraordinary achievement! Practicing pediatrics for four decades (and counting), Dr. Rabuse has treated over 500 second-generation families and

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New Studies Suggest That Giving Your Child Peanuts At Early Age Can Reduce Allergy

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Peanut allergy is a growing public health problem. In 1999, peanut allergy was estimated to affect 0.4% of children in the United States and 0.7% of adults. By 2010 (just 11 years later), peanut allergy prevalence had increased to approximately 2% among children.

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5 Best Ways To Manage Type 1 Diabetes in Children

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Do you have a child with type 1 diabetes? Many of the parents in our practice do, and they’ve told us that although this chronic disease sometimes seems overwhelming, they’ve been able to manage it by following a structured, regular treatment plan.

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Why Robert De Niro Was Right To Pull Anti-Vaccine Documentary From Tribeca Film Festival

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Photo courtesy of The New York Times Facing a mountain of criticism over its plan to show a documentary about the utterly disproven link between vaccines and autism, the Tribeca Film Festival (co-founded by Robert De Niro) has decided not to show the film. Am I glad the Tribeca Film Festival canceled the film? You

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Your Baby’s Fever Can Actually Be A Good Thing

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Many parents want to suppress their baby’s fever to ease the persistent crying and discomfort, but for children older than six months old, having a fever can be a good thing.

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11 Best Ways to Get Rid of Head Lice

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“Head lice? In MY child?!? But we wash his hair every night. And we’re really clean people!” I wish I could tell you how many times I’ve heard this from parents of young patients who, one way or another, have contracted head lice.

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10 Questions To Ask When Choosing A Pediatrician

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Congratulations—you’re expecting! Along with all the exciting (and seemingly endless) preparations for your new arrival, one of the most important things you need to do is choose a pediatrician.

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