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Measles FAQ

Over the past few weeks, our advice nurses and pediatricians have fielded hundreds of calls related to measles. Below are... Read more ›

Ask Dr. Doug: Play It Safe with Concussions

Q: My son plays soccer, and I worry all the time about concussions. I understand that there are some new... Read more ›

And Then There Were Five!

We can’t hold it in any longer… we’re TOO EXCITED to announce some VERY BIG news… OUR FAMILY OF FOUR... Read more ›

Ask Dr. Doug: Missing Sweet Slumber

Q: We recently had our first baby, and while those first weeks were hard, she was sleeping for five- to... Read more ›

Measles Cases Confirmed in Multnomah County

The best way to protect your kids from vaccine-preventable diseases like measles is to make sure they’re immunized on schedule.... Read more ›

Local Measles Activity Increases

The best way to protect your kids from vaccine-preventable diseases like measles is to make sure they’re immunized on schedule.... Read more ›

Confirmed Cases of Measles in Oregon & Washington

The best way to protect your kids from vaccine-preventable diseases like measles is to make sure they’re immunized on schedule. MMR is... Read more ›

Ask Dr. Doug: Positive Parenting

Q: I recently read online that the American Academy of Pediatrics now strongly recommends against spanking. My parents are always... Read more ›

Ask Dr. Doug: The All-Too-Common Cold

Q: My child started preschool this year, and it seems like he’s constantly sick. What do you think about over-the-counter... Read more ›

Ask Dr. Doug: Eczema, the Itch That Rashes

Q: My 9-month-old baby has pretty bad eczema. Is it painful? She seems to be scratching all the time, even... Read more ›

Ask Dr. Doug: Typical Toddler Behavior or ADHD?

Q: We have a very rambunctious 3-year-old. I know that’s pretty normal for this age, but he doesn’t seem able... Read more ›

Metropolitan Pediatrics is FLU ready!

Flu season is on its way, and we want to help you get ready! Vaccination helps limit the chance of... Read more ›

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