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Hyperfocus, Resilience: The Unique Strengths that Come with ADHD

April 25th, 2018|Pediatric Resources|

An ADHD diagnosis can be upsetting for parents. You may worry that your child will have a harder time in school, be less successful in life, or be stigmatized for being different. The truth is children with ADHD will face challenges. But trust us when we say that there are many positives that come with ADHD.

5 Helpful Breastfeeding Tips for New Moms From Our Lactation Specialists

April 4th, 2018|Pediatric Resources|

If you’re a new mother learning the ins and outs of breastfeeding, you don’t have to go it alone. Remember, breastfeeding is a learned skill, and no one expects you to get the hang of it immediately. Here are five helpful breastfeeding tips from the lactation specialists at Woodburn Pediatrics.

Keeping Kids Healthy During Holiday Travel

December 22nd, 2017|Pediatric Resources, Safety|

Airplanes can be a breeding ground for germs, especially when you’re traveling with curious toddlers. While there’s no way to ensure that your kids won’t get sick after traveling on an airplane, this healthy traveling checklist can help: Get Your Flu Shots Regardless of whether you’re traveling for the holidays, if you want to keep your [...]

When & How to Choose a Pediatrician for Your Newborn

November 7th, 2017|Parenting, Pediatric Resources|

Babies visit the doctor a lot in the first year of life, which is why it’s so important to find a pediatrician you like and trust. Read our advice on choosing a pediatrician for your newborn below. When Do You Choose a Pediatrician? You’ll want to select a pediatrician for your baby before you deliver. The [...]

How to Assemble a First Aid Kit for Youth Sports

September 7th, 2017|Pediatric Resources|

Youth sports have many benefits for children of all ages. Motor skills, social skills, and discipline are all developed when playing a team sport. Plus, it’s one of the best ways to get kids excited about exercise. As with all physical activity, there are some risks involved which is why we recommend you always have a [...]

Appendicitis or Tummy Ache: How to Tell the Difference

September 1st, 2017|Pediatric Resources|

Children often complain about tummy aches for a wide variety of reasons, from mild sickness to nervousness about going back to school. In case their stomach pain does have a more serious cause, it’s important to know when it’s time to take them to the pediatrician. Continue reading for warning signs of appendicitis in children, so [...]

New CDC Recommendations for the HPV Vaccine

July 5th, 2017|Pediatric Resources|

Vaccinations are an important part of protecting your children from all kinds of diseases from Chickenpox to Tuberculosis. Most vaccines are given in the first year of life, but some, require booster shots in later years and others, like the HPV vaccine, aren’t recommended until later in adolescence. In this blog, we’ll cover the HPV vaccine [...]

Understanding and Treating Sensory Processing Disorder

April 20th, 2017|Pediatric Resources|

Sensory Processing Disorder, also known as Sensory Integration Disorder, is a condition that causes the brain to be overly sensitive or under sensitive to stimuli. The symptoms of the disorder can vary greatly from one child to the next. At Woodburn Pediatric, we’ve worked with many parents and occupational therapists to help children with sensory processing [...]