“The time is always right to do what is right.”
-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Today is officially the first day of winter in the Northern Hemisphere.
Happy Holidays and a beautiful, healthy season from Dr. Millar, Dr. Mansoor, Dr. Ali and everyone at Park Valley Pediatrics!
Halloween is a fun and exciting time for many people. We at Park Valley Pediatrics wish you a SAFE and HEALTHY Halloween!
Here are some Halloween Safety Tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Sunday Pilgrimage at the Grotto in San Antonio, TX.
Park Valley Pediatrics Staff, Family & Friends.
We love seeing handmade gifts and crafts from kids!
This one was from Mothers Day made by Lilli, age 3.
Email your pictures if you want a chance to be featured on our blog or Instagram at email@example.com !
(Note please do NOT send any personal or medical information as we can not reply from this email. Call the office with any questions or concerns).
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Check out a lot of great Mothers Day AND Father’s Day ideas on Pintrest!
Edible Austin is hosting their 5th annual Children’s Picnic from 1-5 tomorrow, Sunday, April 23.
Click link for details: http://edibleaustin.com/index.php/109-events/1903-children-s-picnic-2017
Park Valley Pediatrics, P.L.L.C. will be closed April 14th in observance of Good Friday.
The Main Clinic will reopen this Saturday, April 15th from 8am through 12 Noon.
We wish you and your families a Blessed and Happy Easter.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Texas is one of states with the highest level of flu activity. (source)
Children and infants under the age of 6 months are at the highest risk of of complications and/or hospitalization from the flu.
Be Aware of Common Flu Symptoms in Infants & Children:
Fever or chills
Cough or sore throat
Runny or stuffy nose
Headache or muscle or body aches
Not being hungry
Vomiting and diarrhea
Read more here.
Here are some tips from the CDC for Flu Prevention for Caregivers:
1) Get a flu vaccine and make sure others in the household are vaccinated against the flu.
2) Frequently wash your hands with soap and water.
3) Keep surfaces clean and disinfected frequently.
4) Monitor your child for any signs or symptoms of the flu.