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Dr. Ronald Grant, Pediatric Hospital Medicine When it came to the sleep issues that plague most parents of newborn infants, my third child almost did me in. I was a 54 years old father. It had been many years since … Continue reading
We fit into YOUR schedule. Trying to juggle work, school and soccer practice is hard enough. Where exactly does a doctor appointment fit in? We are proud to offer extended hours at most of our clinics so you can make … Continue reading
Follow these simple tips to create a safe sleeping environment for your baby.
1. You pick a care team that fits you. Do you prefer a midwife, family medicine doctor or an OB/GYN? Is your doctor at a Meriter clinic, UW clinic or an independent clinic? They all call Meriter Hospital home when it comes … Continue reading
Breastfeeding your baby can be one of the most wonderful, lovely, challenging things a woman ever does. Simply put, breastfeeding is naturally feeding your infant. If nature had its way, a mother would continue to feed her infant, naturally, for … Continue reading
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is defined as the “sudden death of an infant under one year of age, which remains unexplained after a thorough case investigation, including performance of a complete autopsy, examination of the death scene and review … Continue reading
As a pediatrician and a parent, I have come to dread the winter months. Everywhere you turn, people are coughing and blowing their noses. It seems impossible to escape the germs and stay healthy! Thankfully, most of these illnesses are … Continue reading