A gentle way to clear the day; common colds or allergies in children Nisha R. Baur DO; FAAP Board Certified Pediatrician As a general pediatrician I am at the front line of care when it comes to treatment of nasal and sinus symptoms. Children typically experience 6-8 colds per year, and if in school, preschool or daycare this can almost
3 Simple things to improve your child’s cold symptoms Sarah Osborne, CPNP About the author: Sarah is a PNCB Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner at One Health Pediatric Center in Owensboro Kentucky, and mother of five. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Science and Nursing from the University of Kentucky and her Master’s Degree in Science and Nursing from Vanderbilt University.
Pediatric Cindy Salm Bauer, MD Board Certified Pediatric and Adult Allergist/Immunologist Division of Allergy and Immunology, Department of Pediatric Pulmonology Phoenix Children’s Hospital Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Child Health, University of Arizona College of Medicine About the author: Dr. Cindy Salm Bauer is a board-certified Allergist/Immunologist practicing at Phoenix Children’s Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. I treat children with both
What is the difference between Sinusitis and the Common Cold? Daniel Ganc, MD Board Certified Otolaryngologist with a special interest in Sinus and Allergy Associate Professor at Florida Atlantic University College of Medicine About the author: Daniel Ganc, MD is a Board-Certified Otolaryngologist (ear, nose, and throat specialist). He is an Assistant Professor at the Charles E. Schmidt College of
Starve a cold, feed a fever? Or is it feed a cold, starve a fever? David B Engler MD, FACAAI, FAAAI Board Certified Pediatric & Adult Allergist and Immunologist www.allergyhouston.com About the author: Dr. David B Engler is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and a graduate of Baylor College of Medicine. He trained