Center for Clinical and Translational Research

Trick or Trigger? Halloween Safety for Allergy Patients

I may be a Halloween treat hypocrite. Admittedly, I enjoy indulging in chocolaty treats on Halloween, but when it comes... Read full post »

Back to School with Food Allergies

Preparing to go back to school can be filled with mixed emotions for parents of a child with food allergy. ... Read full post »
Doctors with patient

Complications of Childhood Obesity

By now it’s no secret that our kids are struggling with weight-related issues more than ever before. According to reports,... Read full post »
Talking about puberty

How to Talk with Your Kids About Puberty

When kids are toddlers or preschoolers, they start asking questions about their bodies – and even yours. It can be... Read full post »
Allergy Shots

A New, More Convenient Way to Treat Allergies

Spring is finally here – and so are the allergies! Allergies happen when the body’s immune system overreacts to something... Read full post »
Are Laxatives Safe for Children?

Are Laxatives Safe For Children?

The FDA recently released information that very small amounts of ethylene glycol and diethylene glycol have been found in some... Read full post »
Food Allergy Component Testing

Diagnosing Food Allergies with Component Testing

Nearly 6 million kids in the U.S. have food allergies, and this number has been on the rise in the... Read full post »

Using Brain MRI to Fight Delays in Preemies

When I started working as a neonatologist almost 15 years ago, I loved helping premature babies cope with the problems... Read full post »