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When Should Kids Get The Flu Vaccine?

This year in particular, parents should be vigilant about finding out when their kids should get the flu shot and how many shots they may need. Certain children will need two shots for total protection. Read on to find out when should kids get the flu vaccine and at what age. … Continue reading

Flu Vaccine Is Coming!

Medical professionals often joke that every flu season is a brand new flu season, but that saying has never been more true than in 2020. While we are still many months away from a COVID-19 vaccine, the annual flu vaccine is expected to start arriving within the month and it will be very important to get as many people in the community vaccinated as possible. … Continue reading

Back To School Tips For Food Allergic Children

Kids going back to school entails so many contingencies, especially this year. Of utmost importance to some parents is being sure your food allergic child will be safe. You want to know that school will be a safe environment and everyone is aware. … Continue reading

Choking Hazards In Infants And Toddlers

Choking is the leading cause of injuries among young children and infants.  One child in the US dies from choking every five days, and 75% of deaths occur in children under three. Let’s look at common choking hazards in infants and toddlers and what parents can do to prevent it from happening. … Continue reading

Tips For How To Help Your Child With ADHD

A child with ADHD can be a “handful,” but you already know that if your child has Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder. In addition to bringing your child for therapy at Cobb Pediatrics, it’s important to complement their therapy with your actions at home. … Continue reading

PMIS and COVID- What Parents Need to Know

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to be a learning experience for healthcare workers and families. We are learning new ways to identify and treat infected patients every day. Generally, children seem to be spared from the serious respiratory distress syndrome affecting adults with the virus. … Continue reading

NOW SCHEDULING WELL VISITS!

Cobb Pediatrics is open for business and hoping to see you soon. Now is the perfect time to schedule your child’s wellness checkups, sports physicals, and recommended vaccinations. We have gone the extra mile to ensure our office is a safe place for patients and staff. … Continue reading

What To Do When Your Baby Won’t Stop Crying

Our infants convey lots of messages to us even though they can’t speak. They smile and giggle when happy, they can be fidgety when uncomfortable and hungry, and yes, they cry, and cry. Some babies cry a lot! You are not the first mom to ask what to do when your baby won’t stop crying, … Continue reading

Scoliosis Facts for All Parents to Know

Three million adolescents are diagnosed with scoliosis each year. Although this condition can affect a person at any age, young adults are among the most frequently diagnosed. If you have a child approaching adolescence, note these important scoliosis facts so that you can recognize the signs as quickly as possible.  … Continue reading