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“It feels like my child is sick all the time, is this normal?” A comment and question we pediatricians here much of the year, but especially in the…

In a recent conversation with Dr. Hannah Pitman, she shared details about her life outside of the office — in her art studio, or creative corner as she…

We are switching from our current rapid tests with “back-up cultures” to a molecular strep test during the last week of September and first week of October. What…

Summer days are often long, fun and exhausting. As the summer progresses we inch closer and closer to back-to-school prep. Below are some topics and tips to consider…

All new parents are familiar with the concept of trimesters.  They have completed a pregnancy broken up into these three periods by their health care providers.  They have…

What a fall this has been so far. Influenza seems to have enveloped the Richmond metro area right now. Simultaneously, RSV and many other respiratory illnesses have increased…

On June 20, 2022, I will retire from Pediatric Associates of Richmond. I cannot come close to conveying the emotions I have with this decision as I have…