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Zika virus information

What is Zika? — Zika is a type of virus. Infection with Zika can cause fever, rash, joint pain, and red eyes. Zika virus is spread mainly through mosquito bites. But spread is also possible from a pregnant mother to…Read More

Do You Own a Gun? In Florida, Doctors Can’t Ask You That

A few weeks ago, I had my yearly physical. As part of her history-taking, my doctor asked if I was sexually active with my wife. Then she asked if I was sexually active with anyone other than my wife. She…Read More

Girls Suffer Worse Concussions, Study Suggests

Researchers found they had more severe symptoms, longer recovery times than boys. By Kathleen Doheny HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, April 10 (HealthDay News) — Girls who suffer a concussion may have more severe symptoms that last longer compared to boys, according…Read More

Mother’s Diet May Reduce Child’s Allergies

Peanuts and milk consumed during pregnancy reduced asthma and allergy in children A team of researchers recently found that milk, wheat and peanuts eaten during pregnancy were associated with decreased rates of asthma and allergy in children. “Talk to your…Read More

Docs oppose retail-based clinics for kids’ care

Pediatricians’ group says retail-based clinics are not ideal for providing regular, permanent care for kids’ health issues. The AAP policy statement opposes the use of retail-based clinics for kids’ regular health care Pediatricians say their expertise and the medical home…Read More

U.S. drivers take eyes off the road 10 percent of the time

BETHESDA, Md., Jan. 1 (UPI) — For 10 percent of the time U.S. drivers are behind the wheel their eyes are off the road due to eating, reaching for the phone or texting, researchers say. Study co-author Bruce Simons-Morton of…Read More

Oral Treatment for Peanut Allergy a Possibility

Peanut allergy oral immunotherapy therapy successful in new study of children in the UK January 29, 2014 / Author: Morgan Jones / Reviewed by: Joseph V. Madia, MD Beth Bolt, RPh (dailyRx News) For parents of children with peanut allergies,…Read More

Lower Obesity Rates Due to Better Diets, Not Economy: Study

A recent leveling of obesity rates in the United States isn’t due to the bad economy, but the result of better eating habits that Americans began to adopt about 10 years ago, a new report says. Some experts have suggested…Read More

Researchers Identify Primary Factors Responsible For Preschool Obesity

A lack of adequate sleep, having parents with high body mass index (BMI), and having their eating habits restricted for weight control purposes are the three most significant risk factors when it comes to childhood obesity for preschoolers, according to…Read More

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Snow Day – Opening late Feb 25th

Due to the inclement weather, we will not be opening until 11:30 am today.  If you need to reschedule an appt, please call the office at 203-661-2440. Please be safe!

RECALL NOTICE

Abbott is initiating a proactive, voluntary recall of powder formulas, including Similac®, Alimentum® and EleCare® manufactured in Sturgis, Mich., one of the company’s manufacturing facilities. Check a multidigit number on the bottom of the container to know if your product…Read More

Essential Worker Day

Iona College is honoring essential workers on February 20 at the men’s basketball home game vs Fairfield University! Dubbing it “Essential Worker Day,” Iona is giving a special thank you to those who have bravely served both prior and throughout…Read More