Article Category: Safety
New Year, New Concerns- Dangers Rise with Edibles in Disguise
Happy New Year, and welcome to 2023! With the start of any new year comes new laws. One new law on our radar this…Read More
What to Know About Concussions — From a Concussion Expert
By: Dr. Audrey Paul M.D.Ph.D. FACEP FAAP- Advanced Concussion Solutions (Westport, CT & Long Island, NY) What to do about Concussions? Are your children…Read More
Is The Monkeypox Our Next Pandemic?
While we are still dealing with the COVID pandemic, we are now also hearing about new infectious diseases. The disease we are currently hearing…Read More
Updates on the Monkeypox Outbreak
We are not monkeying around… As if a worldwide pandemic did not fray our nerves enough, there have been two peanut butter recalls in…Read More
Head Injuries & Children
By Dr. Janice Montague Head injuries can be small like a bump on the head or severe like a concussion or contusion. It’s often…Read More
Masks Protect My Children & Yours
As a parent and pediatrician, I felt extraordinarily disheartened by the Nassau County Supreme Court declaring the NYS Department of Health’s mask mandate to…Read More
Delta Takes Flight
As the August heat flares, so does COVID, especially the Delta variant. We are hearing of hospitals and communities in Florida, Texas, Louisiana, and…Read More
Kids and the (K)OVID-19 Vaccine
By Rachel Levene, PhD Candidate in Molecular Microbiology at Tufts University School of Medicine and daughter of Dr. Eric Levene, Chester Pediatrics. The…Read More
Spring Has Sprung: It’s Time to Remember Sun Safety!
By Dr. Deborah Schwartz, Chester Pediatrics Spring has sprung, which means we will be spending more time outside. While we soak up the rays,…Read More
Heavy Metals in Baby Food – no need to panic!
By Dr. Lena Edelstein, Pediatric Health Associates Feeding is a common concern of parents. We want to make sure our children are satisfied, and…Read More