Does Your Child Need Ear Tubes? 3 Ways To Know.

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If you have young children, you’re probably familiar with ear aches, ear infections and fluid build-up in the middle ear, all of which can cause pain, crying, fussiness and more than a few sleepless nights, for everyone. Ear problems like these cause many of our parents here at Westchester Health Pediatrics to ask us if

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I Think My Baby Has Cradle Cap. What Do I Do?

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Are you noticing thick, oily white or yellow crusty or scaly patches on your baby’s scalp? Relax, it’s nothing serious, it’s probably cradle cap. Cradle cap is the common term for seborrheic dermatitis, and it’s something we see quite often in our newborn patients here at Westchester Health Pediatrics. Basically infant dandruff, cradle cap is extremely

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Does My Child Have Celiac Disease?

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Over the last several years, you may have noticed that a lot more people, especially kids, are gluten-sensitive or gluten-intolerant, or have been diagnosed with celiac disease. Here at Westchester Health Pediatrics, we get a lot of questions from parents about this. They may have noticed that their child has frequent headaches, skin rashes, stomach

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