Why are his legs so bowed? Will he outgrow it? What can I do to help?
Radiology has come a long way with the advent of CT Scans and MRI’s. Here are the differences in the two imagings.
Cold, dry air in some children and adults can provoke a reaction that looks like an allergy. The article explores this fact.
Dr. Theriot examines the evidence on whether mercury in vaccines is a concern for parents, as well as options parents have when it comes to vaccines.
When a patient comes into the office with sniffles, Dr. Theriot finds more than he expects.
Four standards to look for when selecting day care for your infant and young child.
Pityiasis Rosea is often mistaken for ringworm. Yet it is self-limiting and self-resolving that will clear up on its own.
Dr. Theriot looks at a common condition in babies, how it's caused and the remedies.
Studies are ongoing to try to unlock the mystery of autism. The cause is not known. The Center for Disease Control does not recommend changing the immunization schedule, that is giving the MMR vaccine at one year of age.
Dr. Samson explores the behavioral changes that can occur when avoiding certain foods, including the alleviation of ADHD behavior.
Hearing loss is one of the more common congenital abnormalities that is seen in newborns, occurring in around 1-3/1000 live births.
A look at why a newborn with a slight fever may need to be treated with antibiotics.
Typically seen in the winter months, croup is a viral infection. It is important to contact your doctor with any questions.
Hemangiomas are vascular, or blood vessel tissues. They are not cancerous or dangerous. The two most common types are the salmon patch and the strawberry hemangiomas.
At the first sign of your child’s illness, call your doctor. Let him decide the next indicated course of action.
Dr. Theriot answers parents' questions about the hepatitis vaccine.