New Dad? 5 Great Tips For Surviving Your New Stage of Life

Are you a new dad with a new baby? Cherish every moment and hang on for the ride of your life. Remember: we’re here for you at Westchester Health, with tips, advice and guidance in this exhilarating but exhausting time in your life. To help you cope, check out this great blog by Lauren Adler, MD, FAAP, a pediatrician with our Westchester Health Pediatrics group.

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Best Ways To Treat Your Child’s Vomiting

At Westchester Health, we often get frantic calls from parents with a child that can’t seem to stop vomiting. The majority of the time, vomiting is caused by a virus and will get better on its own, but there are some things you can do at home to help your child feel better. There are also some warning signs to look out for, which we share with our parents here in a blog by Lauren Adler, MD, FAAP, a pediatrician in our Westchester Health Pediatrics group.

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How To Avoid Poison Ivy, Even In The Fall

You may think that summertime is the worst season for contracting poison ivy, but actually it’s highly active in the fall, too. In fact, here at Westchester Health, we see a spike in poison ivy cases during this time of year (mid to late fall) because many families go apple picking, and poison ivy tends to hug the bases of apple trees. To know how to avoid poison ivy, and treat a reaction to it, refer to this timely blog by Mason Gomberg, MD, a pediatrician in our Westchester Health Pediatrics group.

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Ever Wondered What Determines The Color of Your Eyes?

Do you like the color of your eyes? Do you wish it was different? Do you wonder what color your children’s eyes will be? Here at Westchester Health, we get these kinds of questions all the time, especially from our younger patients, so we thought we’d create a blog explaining the fascinating subject of eye color.

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Men, Don’t Delay! 10 Signs That You Should See A Urologist

If you have a possible urological issue, even if it seems like no big deal, it’s important to visit a urologist to get it checked out. If it’s minor, it can often be treated quickly and easily, and if it’s something more serious, the earlier it’s detected, the better your chances of a positive outcome and full recovery. At Westchester Health, we remind our male patients all the time, particularly as they get older, how crucial it is for them to pay attention to warning signs. To help men everywhere know what to look for, we put together this list of signs and symptoms to look out for.

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