• Does My Child Have a Concussion?
    A concussion is a traumatic brain injury that occurs as a result of a blow to the head. Since concussions can be serious, it’s important that you’re able to recognize Read more
  • Bike Safety for Your Child
    Just like responsible parents, our pediatricians are interested in keeping your children well – this includes helping your kids stay safe while riding their bikes.  The National Safety Council reports Read more
  • Cleft Lips and Cleft Palate
    The day your child is born is one of the most exciting moments in a parent’s life. Of course, finding out your precious newborn has a cleft lip or palate Read more
  • FAQs About Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease
    Hand, foot and mouth disease isn’t a childhood infection that’s often discussed but should be. After all, this communicable viral infection is more common in young children than most people Read more
  • Your Child and the Importance of Vitamin D
    Vitamin D deficiency is incredibly widespread in the US, and not just with adults! In fact, about one in 10 children in the US are deficient in vitamin D and Read more
  • Preventing Pediatric Heat Stroke
    Climate change has certainly caused the temperatures to climb here in the US, especially during the summer. While we know that kids love to play outdoors, when temperatures are high Read more
  • Keeping Up With Your Child's Immunization Schedule
    We understand that bringing your child in for a shot certainly isn’t fun for anyone, but keeping your child updated on vaccines is one of the most effective ways to Read more
  • Common Behavioral Issues in Children
    Pediatric Associates of Lawrenceville are here for you if you're concerned about your child's behavior. The behavior of your child is likely to change all the time and can sometimes Read more
  • Symptoms Of Your Child's Ear Infection
    Wondering if your child might be dealing with an ear infection?While you will certainly know when you’re dealing with an ear infection; unfortunately kids, particularly newborns and toddlers, can’t tell Read more
  • Know the Symptoms of Mononucleosis
    Mono, nicknamed the “kissing disease” because of how easily it spreads from person to person, is a viral infection caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). Pediatricians most often see this Read more
  • Bringing Your Child in for Whooping Cough
    Pertussis, more commonly referred to as whooping cough, is a contagious bacterial infection of the lungs. The nickname comes from the “whooping” sound that occurs when a child breathes. While Read more
  • Your Pediatrician's Guide To Thumb-Sucking
    Reflexively, your baby is born with the ability to suck. It makes sense. After all, your little one must be able to suck to get nutrients, whether breastfeeding or bottle-feeding. Read more
  • Understanding Telemedicine
    Find out how we are providing quality medical care for our little patients through the computer screen. Since the start of the pandemic, our Lawrenceville, GA, pediatricians Dr. Anu Sheth, Dr. Read more
  • When Does My Child Need Stitches?
    We all know how accident-prone kids can be. They get bruises, bumps, cuts, and scrapes from time and time. Most of the time, these boo-boos are nothing to worry about, Read more
  • When Should My Child Get a Tetanus Shot?
    All children need to get a tetanus shot. When we think of tetanus we often think of rusty nails; however, this bacterium isn’t just found on rusty metal items, it Read more
  • Keeping Your Child Safe While Traveling
    Whether you’re simply taking a weekend trip to visit the grandparents, or you and the family are flying internationally, you must know how to keep everyone healthy and safe while Read more

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