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Childhood Sleep Disorders: Identifying Symptoms and Seeking Treatment

As parents, you're familiar with the nighttime rituals of lullabies and bedtime stories, but what happens when those tender moments turn into hours of tossing and turning? Childhood sleep disorders Read More

The Importance of Immunizations

Children are surrounded by bacteria and viruses. Some of these bacteria and viruses can cause serious, even life-threatening diseases like meningitis, hepatitis, and tuberculosis. Immunizations safeguard your child’s health, and Read More

Decoding the First Pediatrician Visit: What To Expect

It is never too early to start your baby's health journey. That's why finding a suitable pediatrician is something you should look for even before the baby is born. When Read More

How Often Should My Child Be Seeing a Pediatrician?

Here’s the scoop on why you should be bringing your little ones in to see a pediatrician regularly. It's important that you make time to bring your children in to see Read More

Warts in Children: Understanding the Basics

One common skin condition that children are diagnosed with is warts. There are many reasons why this may be the case, but in general, it is because children tend to Read More

What To Expect During a Pediatric Physical Exam: Tips for Parents

Dr. Nafees Khan, Dr. David Bunker, and the pediatric staff of Franklin Pediatrics are here to keep all your children healthy. Regular physical exams in Moline, IL, are important for Read More

The Importance of Regular Well Visits

You want to safeguard your child’s health, but you can't do it alone. You need some help. Regular well visits to your pediatrician can protect your child’s health by providing Read More

Childhood Obesity: Causes, Risks, and Strategies for Prevention

Childhood obesity affects approximately 30% of children in the U.S., and numbers continue to rise. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), obesity is one's body mass Read More

Understanding ADHD and Coexisting Conditions

Often, if your child is dealing with something like ADHD, they’re likely dealing with a coexisting condition. This can affect how they process things and how they react in different Read More

The Role of Pediatricians in Early Childhood Development

Monitoring your child’s development is an important part of what a pediatrician does. It’s important to visit your pediatrician, because child development is a complex area and needs the expertise Read More

Tips To Help Your Child Eat Healthier

Caring for your child involves many decisions each day. One of the most important things that you can do is ensure that they’re getting the right nutrition and that they’re Read More

The Importance of Well Care Visits for Adolescents

Find out why visiting the pediatrician is just as important for teens. We all know just how important it is to bring newborns and children to the pediatrician’s regularly, but we Read More

The Importance of Childhood Immunizations

The Importance of Childhood Immunizations There’s a lot of confusing information out there about childhood immunizations. Your pediatrician knows the answers. The truth is, that childhood immunizations are the easiest, most Read More

Why Is A Sports Physical So Important?

When your child wants to participate in their favorite sports, it’s important that you’re doing all that you can to keep them protected. Not only do they need all of Read More

Understanding Developmental Milestones: Tracking Your Child's Growth

One of the best parts of being a parent is being able to watch your child grow and develop. Once they’re born, they’ll start hitting specific milestones throughout their lives Read More

Treatment Options for ADHD

A Leading Pediatrics Clinic Explains ADHD in Children Dr. Nafees Khan and Dr. David Bunker of Franklin Pediatrics in Quad Cities (Moline, IL), are leading skilled doctors who see many ADHD children. Read More

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