Reduce your chances of getting a tickborne disease by using repellents, checking for ticks, and showering after being outdoors. If you have a tick bite followed by a fever or rash, seek medical attention.
Routine care: You should always feel free to call us, even it's for routine things like medicines, minor illnesses, injuries, behavior, or even parenting advice. Keep in mind, though, that we may not be able to answer your questions without seeing your child first.
As a parent, one of your jobs is to teach your child how to behave. While this can take time, try not to get frustrated when your child does not behave. Instead, learn effective ways to discipline your child. the following is guidance from the American Academy of Pediatricson how to discipline your child.
Healthy communication with your child is one of the most important and rewarding skills that you can develop as a parent. It also makes the tough parts of parenting (such as disciplining your child) much easier and more effective. Good communication is a two-way street, meaning that listening to your child is just as important as talking to him.