I will be running in the 118th running of the Boston Marathon. After what happened last year, this year will be extra special in Boston. I’ve trained hard for this race and can’t wait to cross that finish line! Please … Continue reading
New Study – Mothers Who Smoke During Pregnancy Increase Their Baby’s Risk for Hospitalization and Death
American Academy of Pediatrics in Washington State analyzed hospitalizations and deaths for 50,000 infants born in the state between 1987 and 2004. Infants with mothers who smoked during their pregnancy were hospitalized 50 percent more and died from a wide … Continue reading
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
Dr. Rob Tagher Interviewed by Channel 9 News About the Flu. See Video About Flu and Read the Article Inside!
Flu Cases Up in Northern Kentucky by Tom McKee of WCPO Channel 9 EDGEWOOD, Ky. – Shamon Shafer didn’t feel well Tuesday, so he stayed home from Boone County High School and went to see Dr. Rob Tagher at Pediatrics … Continue reading