Talking Directly To Your Babies/Toddlers and Using More Complex Words Will Help Develop Better Vocabularies and Communication Skills

New research presented in February 2014 to the American Association for the Advancement of Science shows that talking intelligently helps babies and toddlers vocabulary skills.  This will help the babies and toddlers lean through context to connect words with their meanings. Longer … Continue reading

Obesity in Adolescence Can Be Influenced By Watching Too Much TV Or Having An Obese Parent

Overweight 5th graders who watched 30 hours of TV and had an obese parent had a 21% chance of becoming obese in 10th grade. Overweight children and adolescents can get fit but they must overcome some lifestyle challenges. A new … Continue reading

Is It a Sinus Infection or a Cold? Tips On How To Tell The Difference…

When children have a runny nose, cough and fever, it’s hard to tell if it’s just a cold or something more severe like a sinus infection. Tips to know the difference… Sinus Infections are more rare than colds Fewer than … Continue reading

Bacteria, C-Section, and Breast Feeding: How It Affects Your Baby’s Health…

Researchers are figuring out why C-Sections and Breast Feed have lifelong effects on a baby’s health. It’s because of the bacteria they are exposed to through mothers milk and vaginal delivery. These bacteria live in the gut of the baby … Continue reading

Symptoms of Type I and II Diabetes in Children and How To Treat Them…

Juvenile diabetes or Type I diabetes is the most common to affect children and teens. Type I diabetes is where the body is unable to produce insulin. Insulin is a hormone that delivers glucose to the cells. Although the most … Continue reading

Dr. Rob Ran a 100 Mile Race and Raised $13,000+ to Support the Northern Kentucky Child Advocacy Center…

All funds raised went directly to the center to hire and train staff specializing in working with children that have been victims of child sexual and physical abuse.  Dr. Rob paid for all race fees and travel expenses so 100% … Continue reading

Parenting Tips – Does My Child Need Stitches?

Most children have had at least one accident, if not more. Whether it’s a scrape, cut, or just a bruise, how do I know if it requires stitches? Here Are Some Ways to Tell If Your Child Needs Stitches If … Continue reading

Vacationing With Kids Isn’t Stressful If You Plan Before You Go…

Your vacation is meant to be a relaxing time for you and your family, but sometimes the packing and act of traveling can be more stressful than you and the kids ever imagined. But if you prepare yourself and your … Continue reading

Dr. Janson Is Retiring on July 1st…

We wanted to let you know that Dr. Janson is going to retire on July 1, 2022. We’ve enjoyed working with Dr. Janson and wish him the best in retirement. All of Dr. Janson’s patient records will be maintained at … Continue reading

Does My Child Need A Tetanus Shot?

Because established tetanus is often fatal, even with expert treatment, prevention is of paramount importance. The two major means of preventing tetanus are immunization and wound care. All children need to get a tetanus shot. If bacteria come in contact … Continue reading