Symptoms of hay fever, or allergic rhinitis, include an itchy nose and clear nasal discharge with sneezing, sniffing, and scratchy sensation in the back of the throat. Eye symptoms (itchy, watery, and puffy) are associated 70% of the time. There is no fever or colored mucous with hay fever. However, if your child has lots of coughing, fever or sinus pain around the cheekbone or eyes for more than 24 hours, he/she child needs to see a pediatrician.
Head lice is a common seasonal occurrence, does not spread disease nor cause any medical harm. However, infestations can be stubborn, requiring extra care and consistent treatments to rid the home of the problem.
Central Oregon Attention Deficit Disorder Support Group has planned their free Fall meeting schedule at Highland Elementary School at Kenwood on Newport Ave.
Juniper Mountain Counseling is hosting a six week session for pregnant or postpartum moms. Receive support from counselors and other moms who are experiencing anxiety and depression surrounding the stress of having a newborn.
Bronchiolitis is a respiratory illness that effects the bronchioles (the smallest airways) of infants and young toddlers. It is caused by several viruses, most frequently Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), which also causes more mild colds and flu like illnesses in older children and adults.
Dr. Mikala Saccoman has announced the 2013 class schedule for parents who are challenged by children with defiance and oppositional behaviors. The class offers strategies and positive approaches for behavioral problems in children from 2 to 12 years.
Central Oregon Pediatric Associates [COPA] undertook a major expansion and remodel at its east Bend location, reopening the facility in November.
Cases of Pertussis, known as Whooping Cough, are increasing at alarming rates, especially in the western states.
COPA is now offering flu shots at all locations in east Bend, west Bend and Redmond.
Logan Clausen, MD is joining COPA on Tuesday, August 14. Dr. Clausen is Board Certified in Pediatrics and will treat patients at all three COPA clinics in East Bend, West Bend and Redmond as well as St. Charles Hospital in Bend.
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