Vaginitis - A common summer symptom with swimming
Seasonal Allergies and Treatment
The dreaded stomach virus
When a bat's home is not under the Congress bridge, but in your house!!
Car Seats: From turning around to moving to the front seat
Infant feeding support: fed is best!
Is it infected? Guidance for mosquito and tick bites.
Farewell from Dr. Mowry
Viral illness treatments - Including COVID, Influenza, and the common cold
Return to sports after COVID-19 illness - UPDATED
COVID-19 Vaccine for Children: FAQ's
COVID-19 Antibody Testing FAQ's
Reliability of at home rapid-COVID tests
What if I test positive for COVID?
Returning to sports after COVID-19 illness
COVID-19: What we have learned through 2020
Screen time and eye health in light of COVID-19
Concussion baseline testing
Insects, insects, everywhere! How to protect your family from insect bites.
Molluscum Contagiosum: What is that?!
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) Q&A
Dispelling myths about pediatric illnesses
Caring for your child’s cold
Tips for eczema and dry skin
What to do if you suspect a concussion
Our favorite internet resources for parents
Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease
Flu Vaccine FAQ's
Important Letter from Dr. Griggs
Back to School!
Allergies and Asthma
Water Safety, Swimming Lessons and Breath Holding
FAQ on Child Nutrition
Is your child getting enough sleep?
Welcome to the Pediatric Associates of Austin blog. We are glad you found us!
Our goal in this blog is to help answer common questions relating to childhood illnesses and development. We strive to provide relevant information to address current parent questions and community happenings. Our advice typically comes from either our providers’ experiences in caring for children through the years, or from other reputable blogs and pediatric resources. These are not limited to, but include: American Academy of Pediatrics parenting website, Two Peds in a Pod, Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson, and Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Additional helpful parent information can be found on our website on either of these pages: Most commonly asked questions of our nurses or Newborn and infant handouts. If you have suggestions of topics you’d like us to address on the blog, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from you.