Anderson Hills Pediatrics had previously applied for vaccines though the Ohio Department of Health for our team and those patients that are of eligible age to receive them.
The COVID-19 vaccine has been shown to decrease the severity of illness in people who catch this virus. Having a significant portion of Ohioans vaccinated will help us prevent serious hospitalizations and death.
From your Anderson Hills Pediatrics team, we want to wish you Happy Holidays! We know that this season will continue to look very different for many of you,
Anderson Hills Pediatrics continues to monitor and assess COVID-19 vaccine information as it becomes available. Our main priority has always been to make sure of the safety of our patients,
“I have seen COVID cases in the office every day this week, which is a crazy uptick since Halloween. Yes, most children handle COVID very well,
We feel it is important to take steps in providing support and service to our community. Each year we host a food drive at our offices to collect items needed by the Inter Parish Ministry.
Filtration SysOctober is ADHD Awareness Month! Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) affects over 9% of school-aged children. Boys are also diagnosed with ADHD two times more often that girls.
As your child’s medical provider, we want to make sure your children are reaching their developmental and emotional milestones. 2020 has been a year unlike any other for us and our children alike.
Children respond to stress in different ways. They can be more clingy, angry, agitated, or do things they normally don’t. Below are a few tips to help you and your child deal with stress that may be associated with back-to-school changes,
Amy Fry, RN, IBCLC and Hilda Lyons, BSN, RN, CBS Breastfeeding comes easily for some mothers, but for others it does not.