Happy Holidays from everyone here at West Plano Pediatrics!
Check out how our WPP crew is keeping it fun and spicy as we enjoy this fall weather in our festive costumes: https://www.instagram.com/reel/CzG3C_NLfqH/?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA== We encourage you to share your fun costumes with us from yesterday by posting a photo in the comments. 😉 As always stay…
Halloween is not about putting on a costume, but it’s about finding the imagination and costume within ourselves “ – Elvis Duran Happy Halloween from WPP!!!
West Plano Pediatrics staff wants to remind all of our moms and college aged patients about the importance of annual screenings/ mammograms. Sending our love and support to all.
I realize that athletics offers multiple moments of golden teaching opportunities to our students, and also to parents. How so?
Allergic rhinitis, or hay fever, is a common cause of nasal congestion, runny nose, sneezing, and itchy eyes experienced by about 20% of the population.
Along with the sun, the bugs are back and biting this summer. Here are some tips on how to protect kids from bug-derived illnesses this summer.
The summer has begun and there are some parts of summer safety we would like to highlight for the coming months to keep kids safe.
What will we remember from this COVID Pandemic? As we move forward from 2020, the goal is to have a healthy memory of the pandemic.
How do we balance high expectations for improvement without causing extreme stress and anxiety?
There is a subset of those who may feel that their lives were frozen during the pandemic. What are some practical ways to encourage growth?
For many, the COVID Pandemic was a time of fear and loss. But, were there also possibilities and progress from the pandemic?
Worry and parenting sometimes seems to go hand-in-hand, but when is worry too much?
How can you influence the personal narrative of your child?
As our world attempted to cope with the stressors from COVID, how do we move forward? What can we teach our children from this event?