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Do I need two of everything when having twins? – Boys Town Pediatrics Quick Tip

Do I need two of everything when having twins? – Boys Town Pediatrics Quick Tip

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 21, 2019

You don’t need two of every item. I would say, as a mother of multiples, you do need two of some things. That would include a crib, car seats, and for sure, a double stroller so you have the ability to leave the house if you need to by yourself. There are a lot of […]

Getting to Know Dr. Kelli Shidler – Boys Town Pediatrics
Baby Bottle Tooth Decay – Boys Town Pediatrics

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay – Boys Town Pediatrics

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 10, 2019

Baby bottle tooth decay is actually the most common infectious disease or chronic infectious disease of childhood. People don’t realize this but cavities are an infectious disease. Baby bottle tooth decay is children who are exposed to milk, juice, other fluid that’s have sugar in them for prolonged periods of time. Basically what happens is, […]

Getting to Know Dr. Megann Sauer – Boys Town Pediatrics

Getting to Know Dr. Megann Sauer – Boys Town Pediatrics

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 9, 2019

Hi, my name is Megann Sauer and I’m a pediatrician at Boys Town Pediatrics. I went to medical school at Creighton University and I did my pediatric residency at the Creighton/UNMC combined program here in Omaha. I’ve been with Boys Town Pediatrics since 2006. I went into medicine because I loved science when I was […]

Guidelines for Winter Outdoor Play – Boys Town Pediatrics

Guidelines for Winter Outdoor Play – Boys Town Pediatrics

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 5, 2019

Hi, I’m Megann Sauer and I’m a pediatrician at Boys Town Pediatrics. A common question that we’re frequently asked in the winter time, in clinic, is when is it too cold for my child to go outside and play? One of the things to remember is that windy days can feel much colder than the […]

Brushing Your Child’s Teeth – Boys Town Pediatrics

Brushing Your Child’s Teeth – Boys Town Pediatrics

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 3, 2019

It is never too early to start brushing your children’s teeth, especially when they have teeth. You can even start before the teeth are there. You can just wash their gums with a little bit of water and a wash cloth and it’ll help get your baby used to getting their teeth brushed. For toddlers […]

Bug Repellent and Babies – Boys Town Pediatrics

Bug Repellent and Babies – Boys Town Pediatrics

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 1, 2019

We do worry about any chemical that you’re going to put on a baby’s skin. Number one, they can be irritating to the skin but also there is some absorption that can occur. Bug repellant is safe and necessary for your baby. It is not recommended to use under two months of age but beyond […]

Meet Our Pediatricians – Harrison Street Clinic – Boys Town Pediatrics

Meet Our Pediatricians – Harrison Street Clinic – Boys Town Pediatrics

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment September 28, 2019

Hi, my name is Heidi Johnson. I’m Debra Whaley. I’m Dr. Mara Paradis. My name is Kelli Shidler, I’m a pediatrician, I’m one of the pediatricians with Boys Town Pediatrics. I think the most rewarding part of being a pediatrician is the ability to help parents soothe their baby and treat illnesses. To go from […]

Frostbite – Boys Town Pediatrics

Frostbite – Boys Town Pediatrics

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment September 28, 2019

Frostbite is a dangerous problem that can occur with kids because their skin is very thin and so it can happen quickly. Frostbite occurs, most commonly, on the tip of the nose, the ears, cheeks and fingers. If the skin becomes frostbit you’ll sometimes see a gray or white appearance to the skin. If you’re […]

Getting to Know Dr. Debra Whaley – Boys Town Pediatrics

Getting to Know Dr. Debra Whaley – Boys Town Pediatrics

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment September 27, 2019

Hi, I’m Debra Whaley. I work for Boys Town Pediatrics out at the Lakeside clinic. I’ve been with Boys Town since 2008. I did my medical school here in Omaha at UNMC and I did my residency here as well. I would say I have always known I was going to be a doctor. Back […]