Dr. Carolyn Walsh joins Hyde Park Pediatrics March 1, 2017

15th Feb 2017

Dr. Walsh looks forward to bringing her experience as a pediatrician and a mom to her work, collaborating with families to support their child’s emotional and physical well-being. She loves working with pediatric patients of all ages and will be accepting new patients from birth to 18 years old. With the addition of Dr. Walsh to our practice, we will be able to expand our Milton hours as well our late afternoon availability. Please join

How much sleep do parents need?

24th Jan 2016

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Does the ‘BRAT’ Diet Really Work?

26th Mar 2015

Has the BRAT diet withstood the test of time? As a wave of vomiting and diarrhea illness sweeps our area it is worth reviewing the best foods to feed a child with a stomach virus. For decades parents, grandparents, and pediatricians alike recommended the very bland BRAT diet for kids with diarrhea. BRAT stands for: Bananas, Rice, Applesauce, and Toast. The BRAT diet was thought to rest the gut by being easy to digest and

Why We Stand Behind Immunizations (Part 3)

27th Jan 2015

 Why We Stand Behind Immunizations By Carolyn Sax, M.D. and Olutoyin Fayemi, M.D. All of the clinicians at Hyde Park Pediatrics are firmly committed to immunizing all children as early as possible, according to the guidelines that have been established by the Centers for Disease Control and endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics. The following article is the first in a three-part series provides some facts about immunizations and dispels a few common myths.

Dealing with Disappointing College Acceptance Decisions

10th Dec 2014

With the college application process underway for many Seniors, the highs and excitement of the future is sometimes drowned by the lows of college rejections or comparisons with classmates and friends. Our partners at Psychological Care Associates offer advice for helping your child through the tough moments. Q: “My high school senior will be hearing from colleges soon. I fear how she’ll handle rejections and comparisons with her classmates. What can I do if/when this

Talking to Kids about Drugs and Alcohol

24th Nov 2014

Talking to Kids about Drugs and Alcohol Use   Hyde Park Pediatrics encourages parents to start discussing the risks of marijuana and alcohol with your children when they are young.  National surveillance data of high school students indicate that 28% have had an alcoholic drink before age 13 and 7% of 8th graders have already smoked marijuana. Unfortunately use of marijuana is rising steadily among teenagers. Teens who begin drinking and marijuana use at a

Storm center 2015

9th Oct 2014

02/02/2015 Due to the ongoing blizzard conditions we will close the office at 1:00 p.m. today, Monday, February 2nd. Rest assured that one of our providers will be available by phone for any urgent health concerns. You can reach the on-call provider by calling our regular office number and asking to have the on-call provider paged. Stay warm and safe! Hyde Park Pediatrics is open today, Monday, February 2nd. However the roads are extremely treacherous

About the Flu (2014)

8th Oct 2014

  What is the flu?     “Flu” describes multiple strains of influenza virus that can cause severe upper-respiratory infections. Flu is very different from a cold. It is a much more severe illness, characterized by high fever, runny nose, extreme fatigue, sore throat, nausea, hacking cough, headache and muscle aches. It has a high risk of complications, including ear infection, pneumonia, dehydration, and even death. Influenza causes about 30,000 deaths per year in the United

Hyde Park Pediatrics, partners with Psychological Care Associates

2nd Oct 2014

Hyde Park Pediatrics is thrilled to announce that we have partnered with Psychological Care Associates to provide psychological services within our office, alongside and in collaboration with our pediatric providers. Child psychologists Dr. Iris Miller and Dr. Joanna Weinberg provide consultation, education, treatment and referral guidance for children and families, together and in coordination with your Hyde Park Pediatrician.

Hyde Park Pediatrics will be open February 10th 2015

10th Feb 2014

UPDATE: All patients scheduled to be seen in our Milton office Tuesday, will be seen in our Hyde Park office at their regularly scheduled time instead. We apologize for any inconvenience, but due to the snow, are not able to reach full staffing levels for both offices. They Hyde Park and Milton offices will be open tomorrow February 10th, 2015 at our normal time.  If you don’t plan to keep your appointment or think you