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Developmental Milestones: Guide for Parents

Developmental milestones are an important barometer of a child’s health and well-being. While some variations are normal because each child develops at his or her own pace, knowing what to expect at each stage can help alert parents, caregivers, and pediatricians to any issues that could possibly cause concern.

Well-Child Visits: Everything Parents Need to Know

Since new parents are stepping into a realm that they know very little about, just looking at an immunization schedule can seem a bit intimidating. While this is completely understandable, the baby’s pediatrician is there to help! Learn how to plan for your child’s wellness checkup with this guide.

The Quick & Accurate Guide to Car Seat Safety

For parents, choosing a car seat can be a confusing, yet important, decision. Learn how to choose a car seat and how to install it safely by reading our helpful, easy-to-understand guide. 

Recent Pediatric Blogs

Healthcare Checklist for Back to School

Every August as summer comes to a close, parents hit up the back-to-school sales for fresh supplies for a new school year.  While this year certainly looks different, thousands of children are gearing up and headed back to the classroom. In addition to the usual...

Keeping Your Family Healthy at Home During a Pandemic

As parents, we often think “Life is so busy, I wish we could just stop and enjoy time together.” Then, suddenly our routine daily lives changed and now having the entire family home together is a reality for many families. Of course, the new normal of social...

Welcome Dr. Susan Frayer

Cameron Medical Group is excited to welcome pediatric specialist, Dr. Susan Frayer to our team. Dr. Frayer, who is double board-certified in pediatrics and emergency medicine, is now seeing patients full-time at Cameron Pediatrics. Dr. Frayer is the only full-time...

6 Ways to Keep Kids Active During Winter Months

During the long, cold months of winter, it’s only natural to want to take things a bit slower, spend more quiet time relaxing and reflecting. But not for kids! They have the same boundless energy they do in the warmer months when they can easily run and play outside....

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