Illnesses such as RSV, flu, and other respiratory illnesses causing cold-like symptoms are currently circulating in children in our community. While infection is spreading in children at unprecedented levels,
Viral respiratory illnesses such as RSV, Flu, COVID, and other viruses are spreading rapidly among children in our community. While these types of illnesses tend to spread more frequently in the winter months,
Over 80,000 children living in the tri-state area deal with food insecurity. Food scarcity in children can lead to adverse health outcomes that include iron sufficiency,
Anderson Hills Pediatrics recommends that all children six months and older get this year’s flu vaccine. Cases of influenza illness have remained low since the start of the pandemic.
We welcome you to join in a little of our Halloween fun! Each year the employees of Anderson Hills Pediatrics paint and craft pumpkins for our patients to enjoy during their visit.
Is your infant currently being fed in part or fully with a Similac ready-to-feed liquid formula product? If so, you may be impacted by a recent formula recall from the manufacturer,
Our goal at Anderson Hills Pediatrics is to provide the best care to your child, so they can achieve the best possible health and quality of life.
The FDA approved an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for Moderna and Pfizer’s updated COVID booster vaccine for children twelve years and older.
Why does my child need to get a flu shot? Flu shots reduce the risk of getting the flu. Some children vaccinated against the flu may still get sick but are significantly less ill.
Anderson Hills Pediatrics recommends that all children 6 months and older get this year’s flu vaccine. Ready to schedule for one of our flu clinics?