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Fall News

Fall News

Bayshore Pediatrics is excited to welcome Dr Vanda Bruner!   Dr Bruner is a board-certified pediatrician with over twenty years of experience in primary care pediatrics.  She comes to Bayshore from private single practice in the building next to our location. … Read more →

HPV Vaccine

HPV Vaccine

Human Papillomavirus(HPV) is a virus with many strains that causes genital warts in men and women, as well as cervical cancer, other cancers in the ano-genital area, and some cancers in the throat. HPV is the most common sexually transmitted… Read more →

Common Colds

Common Colds

The common cold strikes almost all infants and children several times a year. Colds account for a significant percentage of visits to the pediatrician’s office. Unfortunately, physicians have no magic cure. Colds are caused by viruses so antibiotics are useless…. Read more →

Trampolines | Child Safety

Trampolines | Child Safety

Who doesn’t love jumping on a trampoline? The problem is trampolines can be quite dangerous and result in significant injuries. Most trampoline injuries occur in children age 6 to 14 years and occur when more than one person is on… Read more →

Meningitis and the Meningitis Vaccine

Meningitis is an infection of the brain that can be caused by many viruses, bacteria, or fungi. One of the most aggressive and deadly forms of meningitis is caused by several strains of Neisseria meningitidis bacteria. Fortunately, there are two… Read more →

So what is a GMO?

So what is a GMO?

GMO stands for genetically modified organisms. A genetically modified organism is an animal or food crop that has had its DNA altered to select for certain traits or characteristics, for example making crops more resistant to insects. While this sounds… Read more →

Fever-Friend or Foe?

Fever-Friend or Foe?

Few symptoms provoke more anxiety in parents and caregivers than fever. High fevers are especially worrisome to many parents. This fear generally stems from the belief that high fever may cause brain damage. Fortunately, this is not the case. Fever… Read more →