Blog, Pediatrics

Nutritional Assessments Are An Important Way We Make Sure Your Child Is Growing Up Healthy

At Westchester Health, your child’s nutrition is one of our top priorities and something we really pay attention to each time your child comes in to see us for an office visit. To help parents understand what developmental signs and benchmarks we’re looking for, we offer this highly informational blog by Lauren Adler, MD, FAAP, a […]

Infants/Toddlers, Kids, Parents, Teens

How To Know If You Have A Healthy, Well-Functioning Family

Healthy parenting comes from a healthy family, and vice versa As everyone knows, there is no perfect family, or even a normal one. And yet, while families come in all combinations of sizes, ages, genders and colors, we at Westchester Health Pediatrics have seen over the years that healthy, well-adjusted families tend to have several key characteristics in common: […]

Infants/Toddlers, Parents

Now That You’ve Made It Through The Terrible 2s, Here’s How To Survive The Even More Terrible 3s.

At Westchester Health Pediatrics, what we hear from many of our parents of toddlers is that as bad as the “terrible 2s” were, the “terrible 3s” are even worse. They turn to us for help, advice and guidance…and they need it now! We get it. We’re parents too, and somehow we managed to live through the […]