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Posts Tagged ‘germs’

Where The Germs Are

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

We’re officially in the flu and cold season and germs are pretty much everywhere. Now is the time to be diligent about washing your hands and making sure your kids are washing theirs. Want to know where the “germiest” places are? Get your sanitizer ready and follow me. (more…)

Keeping the Germs Away from Your Baby

Sunday, October 2nd, 2011

As many of my patients can attest, I am very particular when it comes to protecting newborns from exposure to illness in the first 6-8 weeks of life. (more…)

A Germ-free Office?

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

I was just reading an interesting newspaper column in one of the advice columns carried in my daily newspaper. I just had to comment!  The writer had written in to suggest that doctor’s offices needed to change their practice of having magazines and toys for those in the waiting room. (more…)

Germs Are Lurking Everywhere

Friday, February 4th, 2011

Thank goodness it is February, as I have been sounding like a broken record as I go from exam room to exam room discussing the various illnesses we pediatricians are seeing right now. (more…)

Handwashing Keeps Germs Away No Matter What the Season

Thursday, June 18th, 2009

Now that summer is here we tend to think less about germs. Although it is true that “sick” season does slow down for children during the spring and summer months (and happily so does our office) some pesky germs, both viral and bacterial manage to tolerate the warmer temperatures and cause illness. Parents are always amazed that their child might show up with a fever, or vomiting, right in the middle of summer camp or swimming lessons, I agree very inconvenient. (more…)