If you have young kids, it’s especially important to protect them from the flu virus, because they have a greater chance of getting very sick. The good news is, there are a few simple things you can do reduce your family’s chances of catching the flu.
During the coronavirus (COVID-19) it’s more important than ever to keep children’s asthma well managed and to have medications on hand.
Vecino’s pediatricians and licensed professionals on the counseling staff can treat many common conditions and injuries through telehealth.
Frequent hand washing with soap and water is one of the most effective ways parents and children can protect themselves and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Parenthood is full of firsts. This includes the many things your baby does for the first time, like coo, smile at you, and hold up her own head. These firsts are called developmental milestones. Developmental milestones give you and your pediatrician important...
Children learn, change, and grow so quickly when they are young. It’s normal to wonder: “Is my child on track?” Watch for these milestones at ages 3-5.
Children develop physical, social, and mental skills during in childhood. Watch for these milestones between the ages of 6-8.
The preteen years are full of changes. Between the ages of nine and eleven, your child grows more independent. Friendships become important, and peer pressure gets stronger. Body image and eating problems also sometimes start around this age. Knowing what to expect...
Frequent Well Check Exams are important for infants and toddlers and they are covered by Medicaid and most private insurance.
Dr. Tiana Hughes understands that a great pediatrician is an important partner who can help families navigate the challenges of raising children. She is currently accepting new patients at Vecino’s Airline Children’s Clinic.