Health professionals all agree that breastfeeding is the healthiest choice for babies and moms. It seems to come so naturally to many new mothers, so why do others find it so difficult? Don’t beat yourself up if you are experiencing trouble. … Continue reading
After living through the lockdowns of the Covid years, most parents will agree that remaining inside and not socializing with other children is detrimental. Online schooling is not the same as being in class with others and having an opportunity to play sports and generally be more active. … Continue reading
Put immunizations on your family’s back to school checklist! Yes, we know there are many chores that involve sending kids back to school. Searching for the right books, binders, pens, and buying new clothes and new shoes all happen at once. … Continue reading
Say goodbye to piles of paperwork and minimize your time spent in our office.
At Cobb Pediatrics, we want to make seeing your provider as easy and convenient as possible. That’s why we’re excited to partner with Phreesia to bring you a new and improved mobile check-in experience. … Continue reading
When it comes to fighting COVID-19, we know there are many sources of information. We are grateful you trust Cobb Pediatrics to give you the answers you need and the care your family deserves.
You can find the latest information about a vaccine for children under five here. … Continue reading
Do you think alligators and crocodiles are the same? How about jam and jelly, or concrete and cement? These are examples of things that are similar but not the same. It is a roundabout way to get to our topic: the difference between pediatric physicals and well-child visits. … Continue reading
It’s exciting for our children to be back in school. We have been craving some normalcy, and with school back in session, part of that routine will be sports. As you pack lunches and get them off in time, it’s equally important to prioritize preventing back to school sports injuries. … Continue reading
The last 18 months have been both frightening and frustrating for parents. The pandemic and everything that occurred around it has upended families and especially children. The CDC has recently issued a health advisory for clinicians and caregivers about the increased interseasonal RSV activity in the southern United States. … Continue reading
We are approaching the time when kids and parents start preparing for going back to school. As the time nears, there are numerous tips to prepare and get your kids off to a great start, including Cobb Pediatrics’ back to school guide. … Continue reading
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