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  • Hernia - Inguinal

    A hernia is a bulge in the groin or upper scrotum. The bulge contains a loop of intestine. It slides through a defect in the muscles of the lower abdomen.

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  • Herpangina

    A viral infection that causes little ulcers in the back of the mouth

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  • Herpes Gingivostomatitis

    A viral infection of the mouth and lips in young children

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  • Hitting and Aggressive Behavior

    Hitting is the most common type of aggressive behavior. Others include slapping, pinching, scratching, poking, hair-pulling, biting, kicking, shoving, and knocking down.

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  • Hives

    Hives is a rash made up of raised pink bumps with pale centers. Most often, rash is very itchy

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  • Human Bite

    Bite from a human child or teen.

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  • Ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) Dosage Table

    Ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) Dosage Table

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  • Impetigo - Infected Sores

    Coin-shaped sores on the skin. Covered by scabs or crusts that are the color of honey

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  • Incentives for Motivating Children

    Incentives are rewards or prizes that are given for desired behaviors. The reward must be strongly desired by the child. You can ask your child for ideas.

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  • Influenza Exposure

    Exposure (Close Contact) to a person with influenza. Your child has NO symptoms of influenza (no fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose).

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  • Influenza Seasonal (Age 0-5)

    Your child has symptoms of influenza (flu). Flu is a viral infection. The nose, throat, and upper parts of the airway are involved. Family members or close friends have symptoms of flu

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  • Influenza Seasonal (Age 6-21)

    Your child has symptoms of influenza (flu). Flu is a viral infection. The nose, throat, and upper parts of the airway are involved. Family members or close friends have symptoms of flu

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  • Insect Bite

    Bite from an insect (bug).

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  • Jaundiced Newborn

    Jaundice means the skin has turned a yellow color. Bilirubin is the pigment that turns the skin yellow.

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  • Jock Itch

    Fungus infection and rash of the groin and inner, upper thighs. Jock itch is also called ringworm of the crotch

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  • Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (Normal Loose Joints)

    Children with this syndrome have loose joints. Movement at their joints are excessive. Joints can be stretched beyond the normal range. Affects over 10% of children.

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