At Westchester Health, we firmly believe in the importance of vaccinations, for children and adults. Even though some people choose to “opt out” of getting immunized against disease, we recommend to all our patients, now more than ever, that they vaccinate themselves and their families, every year.
As pediatricians, one of the hardest parts of our job is telling parents that their child has autism. But also, one of the most meaningful parts of our professions is watching these same families grow in acceptance of and love for their child. To state the facts about autism, and help dispel some myths, one of […]
One of the hardest things we have to do as pediatricians is tell parents that their child has autism. But one of the most meaningful things is watching these same families learn to value their child for who they are rather than who they are not. To help dispel some myths about autism, we’ve gathered […]
WHP Pediatrician Supports Robert De Niro’s Decision To Pull Anti-Vaccine Documentary From Tribeca Film Festival
Photo courtesy of The New York Times Facing a tidal wave of criticism over its plan to show a documentary about the now-disproven link between vaccines and autism, the Tribeca Film Festival (co-founded by Robert De Niro) has decided not to show the film. In his recent blog, one of our Westchester Health Pediatrics pediatricians, Rodd Stein, […]