Articles for Tag: "Dr. Shrinal Vyas"

A prescription for play? 
A prescription for play?
Why the American Academy of Pediatrics is urging physicians to recommend more fun for kids.
New recommendations after last year’s deadly flu season 
New recommendations after last year’s deadly flu season
About 80 percent of children who died from the flu last season were not vaccinated, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
5 vaccine myths dispelled 
5 vaccine myths dispelled
As kids gear up for school, a pediatrician helps sort through the facts and fiction of vaccinations.
Quick ideas for fueling your student’s brain 
Quick ideas for fueling your student’s brain
Use these ideas to make sure your child is being properly nourished to conquer their school day.
Expert tips to keep kids sun safe this summer 
Expert tips to keep kids sun safe this summer
Here’s what every parent should know.
“When should my child take his/her first steps?” Your questions answered 
“When should my child take his/her first steps?” Your questions answered
Check out this developmental milestone guide.
Why are more babies suffocating to death? 
Why are more babies suffocating to death?
A new study finds that in one year alone, over 1,000 babies in the U.S. died from a very preventable injury.