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Veronica Naudin, MD, FAAP

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STREP THROAT

My kindergartner is complaining of a sore throat. How can I tell if they have strep throat? Every fall, school kids come into my office with strep throat or strep pharyngitis. The illness seems to happen when students return to classes and it is especially common in children ages 5-15 years old. The challenge is […]

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Blepharitis

My child’s eyelashes are constantly irritated and they look crusted. Allergy medication is not helping. What else could this be? A child’s eyes can be very sensitive so if your child is reporting pain or itching around their eyes, it is definitely worth investigating. While you may be familiar with “pink eye” or conjunctivitis, another source […]

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Sever’s Syndrome

My son plays soccer and recently, he’s been complaining about heel pain after playing in games. What could be the problem? During soccer season, it is common for boys and girls to complain of pain on the bottom of their heels. The common name for this pain is Sever’s Syndrome, which is a type of […]

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ASK THE CPCMG PEDIATRICIAN: Dust Mite Allergies

My pediatrician just tested my son for allergies. The test results showed that my son is allergic to dust mites. How can I get rid of the dust mites in my house?

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Ask the CPCMG Pediatrician: Impetigo

My child has red bumps on her nose and mouth that look like pimples. Could this be an infection or allergic reaction?

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Ask the CPCMG Pediatrician: Pink Eye

My 2 year old has eye drainage. Could this be pink eye? While the simple answer is “yes” the reality is that pink eye can be a more complicated diagnosis.  Making an accurate diagnosis is the most important factor in making sure that your child receives the proper treatment. Your child’s eye is irritated and […]

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Food Poisoning

Out of the blue, my five-year-old began to vomit today. He doesn’t have a fever, body aches or any other symptoms. Could he have food poisoning?

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Atopic Dermatitis

My infant has been diagnosed with atopic dermatitis. What does this mean? I’m worried.

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