Resources / Links

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American Academy of Pediatrics

  • Healthy Children – Excellent online resource for parents, and a favorite of our providers!  Includes trusted up-to-date pediatric articles to medical questions and parenting concerns.
  • Healthy Children Symptom Checker – if your child has a certain symptom (i.e. abdominal pain, rash, runny nose), you can search for common differentials, how to treat, and when to call our office.
Breast Feeding
Depression, Suicidality
Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation
  • Trevor Project – resources for gender identity, sexual orientation, and more
  • Eczema – a thorough guide from the AAP about what this chronic skin condition is, how to treat it and tips to promote your child’s well-being
Eosinophilic Esophagitis
  • EoE – a thorough guide from the AAP about what this chronic condition of the esophagus is, how to treat it and tips to promote your child’s well-being
Picky Eaters
Post-Partum Baby Blues/Depression/Anxiety
Public Health
  • Safe sleep – remember the ABCs of safe sleep for an infant – Alone, on the Back, in a Crib
  • Car seat safety – All infants and children should be secured in a child restraint appropriate for their age and size. Consult this guideline before you buy your next car seat.

Helpful Resources

  • International Hip Dysplasia – Hip healthy Swaddling
    Improper swaddling may lead to hip dysplasia or developmental dysplasia of the hip.  When in the womb the baby’s lets are in a fetal position with the legs bent up and across each other.  Sudden straightening of the legs to a standing position can loosen the joints and damage the soft cartilage of the socket.  Click on this link to read more.
  • MotherToBaby- Breastfeeding and Prescription Medication – Fact Sheets
  • The experts behind MotherToBaby have created fact sheets that answer frequently asked questions about exposures during pregnancy and breastfeeding. MotherToBaby Fact Sheets are available in both English and Spanish and can be downloaded for free. Currently available fact sheets are listed below by category of exposure. All medications are listed by generic name. The generic name can be found on your prescription or medication packaging listed as the Active Ingredient, or in parentheses after the medication’s brand name.


  • Atlanta PARENT Magazine
    From the publishers of Atlanta PARENT Magazine, this is a monthly and neatly organized events and information resource site.
  • Scholastic Online
    A great resource of ideas for children of all ages.

Pediatric/Medical Organizations