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Top 5 Ways Parents Benefit from Baby Expo

At Pediatrics East, we’re passionate about providing you with the latest tools and resources to keep your whole family happy, healthy, and safe. That’s why we’re proud to sponsor the 2018 Mid South Kids & Baby Expo at Agricenter International. This annual event is now in its 15th year and offers a great opportunity for new parents and experienced moms and dads alike to learn new tips and tricks, see the latest trends, and technology that keep your family safe, shop for... Read More
at Tuesday, April 10, 2018
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Dr. Newman's day off is now Wednesday instead of Thursday!

Dr. Newman is now scheduling patients on THURSDAYS. He will now be out of the office on WEDNESDAYS. Read More
at Monday, February 12, 2018
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Scrub-a-Dub! How to Be Safe in the Tub

When we mention “bath time,” how do you respond? With a smile? An eye roll? A flutter of anxiety? Depending upon your child’s age and stage, the feelings toward bathing your little one can vary. Some kids love to play in the tub; others view bath time as the least fun, and therefore worst, part of the day. No matter how you view bath time in your house, we can all agree on one thing: every bath time that is safe is a success. In fact, January is National Bath Safety... Read More
Posted by Tim Flatt at Monday, January 29, 2018
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New Changes in the New Year

Once January 1, 2018 arrives, we have some important changes happening on the Pediatrics East staff. First, we want to congratulate Dr. Anthony Senter on his retirement! While he has been a bright spot in our Germantown clinic since joining in 1993, we are happy for him and his well-deserved retirement. We know he will enjoy spending more time with his wife Cassandra, his children, and his grandchildren! Thank you for your many years of dedication to the Pediatrics East family. ... Read More
Posted by Tim Flatt at Wednesday, December 6, 2017
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Keeping Spirits Bright: How to Handle Holiday Stress

While there are many reasons we call the holidays “the most wonderful time of the year,” parents can sometimes start to question whether or not this is true! Lists of things to do and buy pile up; stress levels run high; colds are common; and it feels like everyday problems are more difficult to handle. No matter how old your child is, from toddlers to teens, the holiday season can also bring out some emotions, moodiness, and tantrums that make events not-so-merry. 5 Tips... Read More
Posted by Tim Flatt at Thursday, November 30, 2017
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