Ankyloglossia

Google searches for tongue tie, or ankyloglossia, have doubled in the past five years and the number of infants having frenotomies is also increasing. Helping…

Eating Disorders and Diet Culture

Diet culture seems pervasive in our society and impacts our children and adolescents. In this episode, Nicole Cifra, MD, MPH, MHPEd, Assistant Professor of Clinical…

Counseling for Pre-Diabetes

Unlike diabetes, the first line of treatment for prediabetes isn’t medication — but rather lifestyle modifications. Rachana D. Shah, MD, MsTR, Medical Director of the…

Vaccine Hesitancy

If there’s one lesson the COVID pandemic taught us, it is that public health lives on a local level — and in order to learn…

Nirsevimab (Beyfortus)

For the first time, a preventative medicine is available to protect infants and high-risk toddlers from respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). Lori Handy, MD, MSCE, attending…

Fatal Poisonings

It’s hard to call an opioid overdose an accident when it happens to a young child — at home and under supervision. Some fatal poisonings…

Torticollis: 3 Types and Takeaways

When thinking about physical therapy, babies may not necessarily come to mind. But in the case of congenital muscular torticollis patients, PT can have a…