National Bath Safety Month: Tips for Parents

January is National Bath Safety Month, so it’s a great reminder to take precautions when bathing young children. Each year, an estimated 87 children die by drowning at home. Nearly two-thirds of these drownings took place in the bath. Tips for Preventing Bath Injuries The American Academy of Pediatrics offers several recommendations for caregivers to […]

Tips for Preventing RSV

Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection, more commonly known as RSV, can cause serious health problems for infants, young children, and older adults. Almost all children will experience RSV by the time they turn two, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Most RSV infections go away on their own within a week or two. […]

How to Avoid Medical Identity Theft

Medical identity theft occurs when someone else uses your medical information to visit a doctor, get prescription medication, submit health insurance claims with your provider, buy medical devices, or similar. The information used can vary from your name to your insurance account number, Medicare number, or Social Security number. This type of identity theft can […]