He’s back! After a year’s hibernation as a result of asthma and Covid Dr. Rimer is delighted to be returning to KPA. He will be working once weekly on Thursday afternoons at the Clinch office. During his Covid vacation, he dutifully kept up with his pediatric reading but he also decided early on that this […]
I recently traveled and hiked in Norway. During my trip I discovered that every kid goes outside every day of the school year, often in rain and snow, frequently exploring in the woods found nearby. This and many other studies have shown that the Norsemen are educationally pretty smart cookies.
Pediatricians, like most folks, are human. We can have our feelings hurt just like anyone else. At KPA, our staff, including doctors, nurses and ancillary team members, are reminded at every opportunity to be kind and courteous to our patients and their parents. We also realize that parents are frequently frightened and anxious about their […]
The risks of being lazy about your contact lenses are probably more serious than you think. http://on.wsj.com/1ELeBHn When you send your sweet babies off to college, don’t forget to include these tips as part of your hygiene instructions.
Here is something from WSJ.com that might interest you: The best way to cheer for a child from the sidelines.
We blessed the backpacks at church last week but some of our kids seemed more interested in a ceremony called “cursing of the backpacks”. It does seem that in this age of IPads and Kindles that backpacks would have already been relegated to the dustbin of history. But if your child’s pack exceeds 20% of […]