Make no mistake. If your child has ADHD, you are their best advocate.
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January 21st – February 18th – March 18th – April 15th – May 20th – June 17th – July 15th – August 19th – September 16th – October 21st – November 18th – December 16th Continue reading “2019 Expectant Parents Open House Monthly”
One of the most important skills in any relationship is to listen – and to truly hear and understand what is being said. This is especially true with parents and children, as we have learned with our now adult son and daughter. Continue reading “Listen Up! By David S. Katz, MD and Barbara Myerson Katz”
Does HPV cause cancer?
HPV can cause cervical and other cancers cancers including cancer of the vulva, vagina, penis, or anus. It can also cause cancer in the back of the throat, including the base of the tongue and tonsils (called oropharyngeal cancer). Continue reading “HPV Vaccine is Cancer Prevention”
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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD
As I sat down to write this article, Daniel came by to offer his assistance. Daniel is 29 years old. He happens to have Down Syndrome. He grew up in our office as a patient and now works here part time. When I told Daniel what I was writing, he offered me some excellent advice. He said that each child comes from a different situation and needs to be treated as an individual. Continue reading “ADHD by David S Katz, MD”
A few simple numbers to help solve the very complicated and growing problem of obesity.
According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Louisville ranks eighth as the fattest city in the United States.
Thirty-nine percent of Kentucky children are overweight led by greater than 50 percent of the urban and rural poor. These numbers foreshadow significant health problems for these children in the future with heart disease, liver disease, diabetes, gallstones and joint breakdown most likely. Besides the personal suffering this entails, our society will have the burden of increased healthcare costs and an unhealthy workforce. Continue reading “5-2-1-0 AAP Diet Plan -John Roth MD”
Empty Nest. Time to Start Living?
Now that our daughter, the youngest of five, has gone off to college, the house seems desolate and lonely. Being a pediatrician, I see lots of teenagers in the office embarking on their college careers and so I thought I would be prepared for the next stage in her and our lives. If you also feel anxious, empty, down or even devastated since your youngest has left home then you’re certainly not the first nor the last parent to miss your “baby.” While this can initially be a very sad and trying time for some, there are advantages. Continue reading “Empty Nest – Mark Newstadt, MD”