COVID-2019 Alert

The latest information about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, including vaccine clinics for 12-17 year-olds.

La información más reciente sobre el nuevo Coronavirus de 2019, incluidas las clínicas de vacunación para jóvenes de 12 a 17 años.


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Read about Peninsula Pediatric Medical Group, which joined Stanford Children’s Health in 2017, and other news featuring our pediatricians.

In a podcast Ambreen Syed, MD, offers some advice regarding virtual visits for your child. She provides similar tips in a published blog The Best Doctor's Visit for Kids Right Now May Be Virtual.

Right Here Right Now with Archita Interview with Pediatrician - Ambreen Syed, MD discusses the impact of COVID-19 on children and offers tips to help parents manage both in-person and virtual learning this school year in an online interview.

What a Pediatrician (and Other Experts) Want Mamas to Know About the Fourth Trimester - Jennifer Kaufman, MD, shares valuable information about how to prepare and thrive during this stage.

Why Pediatricians Say Routine Vaccinations and Wellness Visits Are So Important - Yes, Even in a Pandemic - David Wanderman, MD, discusses what parents need to know about taking their children to the pediatrician during the COVID-19 pandemic.

7 Signs It’s Time to Find a New Pediatrician - The relationship between parent and pediatrician is important. David Wanderman, MD, talks about building trust with your pediatrician.

What’s the Correct Benadryl Dosage for Children? - Jeffrey Tan, MD, offers some advice regarding treatment for allergy symptoms in children .

Hush Little Baby: How to Soothe Your Crying Newborn - Vanita Jindal, MD, reminds new parents about the “five S’s” for soothing a fussy infant .

Back to School: Health Tips for College Freshmen - Geoffrey Hart-Cooper, MD, offers advice to help college freshman prepare for a healthy school year.

Guess What? Flu Vaccines Do Not Cause the Flu - Stanford Children’s Health sends a reminder that the best way to protect your children from the virus is with a flu vaccine. David Wanderman, MD, comments.