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Enlarged Tonsils

enlarged tonsils

Like many parts of our body, the tonsils are small organs that we don’t often think about. That is, until something goes wrong… Located on either side of the back of our throats (usually visualized as a pair of oval-shaped lumps of tissue when we ask your child to “open wide”), the tonsils act as

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Did Someone Say Ear Infection?

adult examining a child's ear

What is the leading cause of sick visits to the doctor and the most common reason for children to get antibiotics? You guessed it—which probably wasn’t too hard since it’s the title of this post, but I’ll cut you some slack—ear infections, or acute otitis media, are truly what we see most as pediatricians. So,

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Strep Throat

african american Mother checking in her doctors mouth with a sore throat

This time of year, sore throat is a common childhood complaint and can be caused by viral or bacterial infections.  Treatment varies depending on the cause so it is always helpful to have your child examined to determine the best course of action.  The most common bacterial cause of sore throat is group A strep,

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