Many families have the privilege and security of having extended family members who enjoy an active role in raising the children. Often this is a grandparent, who is not just another “babysitter”, but is someone who truly has a valuable opportunity to connect with the grandchild to become a loving, positive influence in his/her life.

Your child is sneezing, congested, and has a runny nose. Does it have something to do with weather changes? Is it a common cold. Is it allergies?

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Summer hours of operation for PAL will be Monday through Friday 8am - 5pm. We will not be open on Saturdays for the summer (April 5th through August). We will resume Saturday hours starting on September 6th. For your Saturday needs Kids Time Pediatrics is expanding their Saturday hours please visit there website at or call 404-943-1979 for specific locations and their operating times.

As the weather warms outside and cabin fever is on the rise, parents often become bombarded with advertisements to register for sports camps and summer camps. Newsletters, emails, and marketing brochures all suggest that “good” parents and “happy” children are signing up for a variety of extracurricular activities, but when is it appropriate for your child?

Nosebleeds are common in kids ages 3-10 years, but usually stop on their own and can be treated safely at home.

If your child has a nosebleed, stay calm and reassure the child that it isn't a big deal. Then have the child sit upright with the head tilted slightly forward. Squeeze the soft part of the nose gently (just below the bony ridge) with a tissue or clean washcloth. Continue to apply pressure to the nose for approximately 10 minutes.

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