Dr. Watson talks fevers, and Mrs. Crabapple chimes in… and even serenades him! (Plug your ears!)https://www.missionpediatrics.com/fevers-myth-and-care/
Bug bites, Mosquito bites may get red raised and itchy. Bees may sting. Ant bites may burn, get red and form a small blister. While bug bites can be annoying, they are rarely dangerous and usually resolve in a few days.https://www.missionpediatrics.com/mission-pediatrics-safety-seconds-bug-bites/
What is an emergency? When your child starts preschool they are old enough to start learning what an emergency is. Sometimes no matter what we do, emergencies and accidents happen. Children need to know what an emergency is and information to give when asked.https://www.missionpediatrics.com/mission-pediatrics-safety-seconds-emergencys/
Have you heard about button batteries? Lots of toys come with little batteries in them. These can be very dangerous if swallowed. Batteries can cause burns, vocal cord paralysis, pneumonia and even deathhttps://www.missionpediatrics.com/mission-pediatrics-safety-seconds-batteries/
Have you heard about the dangers of e-cigarettes, opiates, household cleaners or detergents? Poisoning injuries can happen to anyone. However, there are a few things you can do to help keep your home safe.https://www.missionpediatrics.com/mission-pediatrics-safety-seconds-poisoning/
DEET, showers, and tick checks can stop ticks. Reduce your chances of getting a tickborne disease by using repellents, checking for ticks, and showering after being outdoors. If you have a tick bite followed by a fever or rash, seek medical attention. Gardening, camping, hiking, and playing outdoors – when enjoying these activities, don’t forget to…https://www.missionpediatrics.com/stopping-ticks/
How many wet diapers should a newborn have?
Usually 5-7 wet diapers a day and 3-4 poop diapers.
Most babies will pee or poop after feeding. If they don’t, not to worry. Some babies can go a few days without pooping and this can still be normal.