Being a new parent can be both exciting and overwhelming. With the help of classes, parents feel much more confident and more supported in their parenting decisions, while also sharing ideas and concerns with parents going through similar experiences! Meridian … Continue reading
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It can be difficult to ascertain if your very young child has asthma, so it’s important to watch for symptoms, note when they occur, and report those to Meridian Pediatrics. An asthma attack in a young child can be quite … Continue reading
Whether you are a parent or a young adult, you should understand the significant dangers of the HPV virus and how it is spread.
Meridian Pediatrics is going to be open this Saturday, February 1st, seeing patients from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Our phones will go on Saturday at 8:30 a.m. for anyone needing an appointment. Patients can also schedule their appointment now, … Continue reading
If you somehow didn’t know that vaping is dangerous for young kids, teens, and young adults, let’s set the record straight. Yes, vaping is very dangerous. If you’re still not convinced, or your teen isn’t, here are factual warnings and … Continue reading
Three million adolescents are diagnosed with scoliosis each year. Although this condition can affect a person at any age, young adults are among the most frequently diagnosed. If you have a child approaching adolescence, note these important scoliosis facts so … Continue reading
If you find that your little one is having trouble communicating, there are many ways you can assist your child in developing better skills. You understand the importance of language, articulation, and comprehension and their value in successful interactions. As … Continue reading
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As adults we find it pretty difficult to talk about weight loss with a best friend or close relative. Should you say something to encourage them to drop a few pounds, or should you say nothing? How exactly can you … Continue reading
Most of us have seen a child in a grocery store throwing a temper tantrum or being downright obnoxious and unruly. Do we immediately blame the parents for allowing this to continue, or do we have sympathy for their situation?