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Daycare, school and playdates help kids develop good social habits while learning valuable lessons, but they can also be places where healthy children pick up an assortment of illnesses. Find out how you can help kids stay healthy, happy and feeling great with three simple rules. Handwashing and Healthy Children: An Undeniable Duo One of … Continue reading “3 Tips for Keeping Healthy Children Healthy”


The Texas vaccine registry, or ImmTrac2, is offered free of charge to all Texas residents, but you must consent for inclusion. Can you withdraw this consent for your family down the road, though, or is it permanent? What Is the Texas Vaccine Registry? The value of the vaccine registry for families is that it provides … Continue reading “Can I Remove My Child From the Vaccine Registry?”


Keeping up with the kids is a full-time job, especially during this time of year. Not only is it holiday season, it is also flu season and time for coughs and colds. Chances are, sometime within the next couple of months, you will make a visit to your pediatrist in Cyfair. When you do, you … Continue reading “Improve Your Pediatrist Visit in Cyfair with This Information”


How do parents go about finding a qualified pediatrician for kids with special needs, particularly those with Down syndrome? Since ability and developmental progress is different for every kid with the condition, you need a doctor who understands the unique care needs of your family. Knowing what to look for in a qualified pediatrician for … Continue reading “Finding a Qualified Pediatrician for Your Down Syndrome Child”


In a perfect world, you’d spend just a few minutes a year with your child’s pediatrician during annual well-child checkups. Unfortunately, we don’t live in a perfect world and there will almost certainly be times when you’ll need to work closely with your kid’s doctor. From minor illnesses and injuries to more serious matters, your … Continue reading “Gaining a Rapport with Your Kid’s Doctor”


Sudden infant death, or SIDS, also known as crib death is the worst nightmare in infant care. One of the largest reductions in this tragic death came after the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) offered parents recommendations for safe sleep for infants in 1992. The AAP then launched a “Back to Sleep” campaign in 1994. … Continue reading “Infant Care: Preventing SIDS”


This past September the 57th Annual European Society for Paediatric Endocrinology Meeting shared some exciting research news that experienced pediatricians welcomed. As study found that Vitamin B supplements are very important for kids suffering from type 1 diabetes. The supplements provide protection for kidney function for these kids. Kids with diabetes are subject to developing … Continue reading “B Vitamins May Help Kids with Diabetes: Ask an Experienced Pediatrician”


The hectic lifestyles of families often lead to poor choices for meals. When kids are on the go, taking time for a healthy diet doesn’t always fit in with the scheme of things. It’s more efficient to stop by the nearest fast food place and grab something quick and easy or order a pizza. If … Continue reading “4 Foods that Help Keep Children Healthy”


Texans who are registered with the vaccine registry, ImmTrac2, no longer must search high and low to find vaccine records. This is very convenient when you need to have your vaccine history for school, a job, or travel. You can find your children’s complete vaccine history in one place when it comes time to enroll … Continue reading “How to Use the Vaccine Registry to Find Your Records”


Some childhood diseases have been eradicated as a result of vaccinations. Among the list of eradicated diseases are polio, smallpox malaria, and hookworm. These diseases are no longer a threat to Cy-Fairkids or any other children. They are still among the diseases for which pediatrists recommend vaccines. Some of these vaccinations are given in a … Continue reading “PediatristRecommended Vaccines for Children Under Two”


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