Parents

New, Highly-Advanced Prenatal Tests Help Identify Problems Early, Says Westchester Health’s Navid Mootabar, MD

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Prenatal Care, Using New Innovative Testing Methods, Is Increasingly An Essential Part Of A Healthy Pregnancy Dr. Navid Mootabar, Westchester Health Associates OB/GYN, Praises Breakthrough Advances in Prenatal Testing For Early Identification Of Possible Problems Katonah, NY, May 18, 2015 — The long nine months of pregnancy can be an anxious time for many parents, especially first-timers,

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The Sun Is Out In Any Season So Protect Your Skin Year-Round

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As we all know, much study has been devoted to the effects of the sun on our skin. That wonderful, warm sun that we love to bask in and play in can cause significant damage to our skin. But if we are not careful, injury can occur, such as first or second degree burns. Spots and

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Why Go To The Urgicenter?

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Why Go To The Urgicenter? Your child’s cough wakes you in the middle of the night. But it’s late, or a Sunday, or maybe even a holiday, and you don’t want to bother your pediatrician. So what do you do? Well, you could go to your local ER or urgicenter, or call one of those

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Resolution: Encouraging Fitness Westchester Family-Style

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Resolution: Encouraging Fitness Westchester Family-Style As a working mom who has lived in the region for over 20 years, I have had plenty of opportunities to ponder ideas for fun physical activities for my family. Having 3 kids of my own who participated in sports and activities, it would have been easy to sit at home and just

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Andrew Wiznia, MD Featured In Journal News Article On New, Surprising Peanut Allergy Findings

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Allergies May Be Prevented By Feeding Foods Containing Peanuts To Infants In The First Year Of Life Dr. Andrew Wiznia, Pediatric Allergist With Westchester Health Pediatrics, Optimistic About New Study’s Findings Katonah, NY, April 20, 2015 — Forget everything you know about preventing childhood peanut allergies, and possibly other food allergies. The results of a

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Learn How To Recognize And Prevent Food Allergies and Lyme Disease In April 22 Seminar

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Learn How To Recognize And Prevent Food Allergies and Lyme Disease In April 22 Seminar Join Westchester Health Pediatrics allergy and immunology specialist Andrew Wiznia, MD, board certified in Pediatrics and Director of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology at Jacobi Medical Center, and  John Raffalli, MD, board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease at MKMG, as

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Spring Allergies

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Ah Spring…that time of year you either love or loathe, depending on whether you have allergies. As trees and flowers start to bloom and pollen takes to the air, spring allergy sufferers begin to sniffle and sneeze. And although there is no magical cure for spring allergies, at Westchester Health Pediatrics we have a number of ways you can lessen

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Teens, Feeling Anxious? Here’s How To Lessen The Stress

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No wonder you’re stressed out. School. Tests. Grades. Getting into the “right” college. After-school sports and music. Volunteering and joining clubs to beef up your résumé…

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U.S. White House & Federal Agencies Recognize Westchester Health Associates As Alternative Payment Innovator

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Westchester Health Associates was recognized at the White House during an event that launched the Healthcare Payment Learning In Action Network, hosted by…

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Eric Small MD One Of Four Featured Speakers At Sports Panel Workshop On Concussions

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Eric Small MD One Of Four Featured Speakers At Sports Panel Workshop On Concussions. Westchester Health Pediatrics Sports Medicine Specialist Shared Concussion Data, Recommendations…

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