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Summer is almost upon us and your child might need a completed physical exam form for camp or sports during the next school year. These often require an annual physical exam. Please don’t delay and call our office today so we may assist you in scheduling your appointment.
We recommend you schedule via the patient portal at your convenience or by calling 513-232-8100.
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The recent increase in Measles cases throughout the country has sparked quite a bit of publicity regarding vaccinations. Retired Anderson Hills Pediatrics’ founder, Dr. K. Kurt Bofinger, shares his thoughts on the matter in a Wall Street Journal letter to the editor published February 22nd: “Your editorial ‘Didn’t We Already Beat Measles?’ Is well-received by those of us who wish to see the disease eliminated, but doesn’t go far enough. Widespread immunization began around 1965, and most of the doctors practicing today have never seen a case. The public has forgotten how severe the illness can be. Take it from an old doc, measles is a bad, bad disease. Many if not most of the children who get it are miserable with high fever, malaise and intense cough that often leads to pneumonia. Secondary middle ear infections are also common. In the early decades of the 20th century, 3000 children died annually. Occasional deaths still occur. Measles is not just an ordinary childhood disease. Children should be immunized.”
Didn’t We Already Beat Measles: https://www.wsj.com/articles/didnt-we-already-beat-measles-11550016402
We Must Vaccinate to Keep Diseases Defeated: https://www.wsj.com/articles/we-must-vaccinate-to-keep-diseases-defeated-11550859269
Anderson Hills Pediatrics believes that immunizations are the best way to protect your child against serious diseases, such as Measles. Call our office to schedule an appointment if your child’s shots are not up to date.
Immunization Schedule: https://ahpediatrics.com/resources/immunization-schedule/
The recent infant ibuprofen recall has been expanded to include more products.
USA Today reported on 1/30/19 that Tris Pharma has “expanded a voluntary nationwide recall of infant ibuprofen amid concerns the medication, which was destined to be sold at several major retailers, may contain a higher concentration of ibuprofen than labeled.” The company previously said that “lots sold under Walmart, CVS Pharmacy and Family Dollar brands were impacted by the recall. On Tuesday, the company added three more lots to the recall list, affecting more products that were manufactured for CVS and Walmart.”
It was recently reported that children receiving the rotavirus vaccine may be less likely to develop type 1 diabetes than children who don’t get this routine childhood vaccination. Currently, it is thought that the rotavirus infection may accelerate the development of type 1 diabetes, although the exact reason for this connection isn’t clear.
In a recent study, researchers compared rates of type 1 diabetes in the eight years before and the eight years after May of 2007. This is when a routine oral rotavirus vaccine was introduced for infants six weeks and older.
After the vaccine’s debut, type 1 diabetes cases declined 14 percent among children age four and younger.
Rotavirus is a condition that often causes severe diarrhea, vomiting, fever, and abdominal pain. In some cases, the child may become extremely dehydrated and require hospitalization.
Please join us for a nutrition class with Ann Rooney, our Registered Dietitian. We will be discussing the proper nutrition techniques for those fussy, picky or choosy eaters.
When: 1/24/18 AT 6:30PM
Where: Anderson Hills Pediatrics – Amelia Location
1126 West Ohio Pike
Amelia, OH 45102
Guest Speaker: Ann Rooney, RD LD MED
Cost: $10 to be paid in cash or check at the event
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot today!
As of tomorrow we will no longer be accepting general refill requests via our phone/refill line. Instead, please contact your pharmacy directly when a general refill is needed. All controlled substances will still be requested via our refill line. If a refill is requested through your pharmacy, they will notify you of when the prescription is ready for pick-up. The process for requesting a controlled substance will not change. Our goal is to process your refill requests timely and efficiently. Thank you for trusting Anderson Hills Pediatrics with your care.
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Whooping Cough (Pertussis) has been on a rise in Hamilton County since early October, and has impacted some area schools.
Pertussis is a bacterial infection that is spread through direct contact of respiratory secretions. Its symptoms often mimic a common cold initially, but then the cough worsens. Do not hesitate to contact our office if you feel your child has been exposed or is experiencing symptoms.
If you’d like to research this condition further, you may check out the following resources: