Parenting Tips – Some Night Time Potty Training Tips

Night time potty training is usually for children under the age of 5 because their bodies are typically growing at such a fast rate that it can be hard for their bladders to keep up. Every child learns how to … Continue reading

FLU SHOT CLINIC: In Our Office On Saturday October 28th! View Times and Details…

Due to the inclement weather and cold expected in the morning, we will not have a flu clinic set up outside. We will have extra staff on hand during that time inside the office to give flu shots. Upcoming Flu … Continue reading

Flu Shots In Stock For All Ages & Insurances!… Beware of Flu Vaccines From Retail Based Clinics For the Following Reasons…

Doctors at Pediatrics of Florence are getting notifications from retail based clinics that some of our patients are getting flu shots outside of our office. We are glad that you have chosen to protect yourself and your children from the … Continue reading

Parenting Tips – Is My Child Really Too Sick for School?

Sometimes it’s hard to know if your child is really coming down with something or just suffering a bout of Monday-itis. In a perfect world, kids would never get sick, and they’d never miss a day of school. But it’s … Continue reading

Can I Improve My Child’s Immune System With Immune Boosting Supplements or Super-foods?

If you are like most parents you want your kids to be healthy. And if your kids are like most kids, that is not always the case. Runny noses. Constant colds, Recurrent flues. Gastrointestinal bugs. These conditions are just par … Continue reading

Newborn Tips – When a Fever Really Maters in Your Newborn

Fevers in newborns under two months of age need to be monitored. Fever phobia is common among parents but most times these fears are unfounded. That all being said; very young infants ARE at high risk for serious infections, so … Continue reading

Antibiotics Series #3 – Antibiotics Can Prevent Infections, Especially For Children With Chronic Conditions

In certain circumstances, we give antibiotics to prevent infections. This isn’t something we do for the average child, but for those with chronic conditions that predispose them to bacterial infections, it can be quite effective. For most of these situations, … Continue reading

Dr. Rob Now Has His Own Day… The City of Florence Made June 13, 2017 Dr. Rob Tagher Day!

Dr. Rob completed a 100 Mile Run, raised over $12,000 for Children of Abuse and NKYCAC, and then had some fun in the Keys afterwards with his buddies. That was reward enough but now the City of Florence declared June … Continue reading

Allergy Problems? – Try Some of These Allergy Treatment Options To Get Some Relief!

When the daffodils are blooming and the sunshine is radiant, allergy sufferers can be miserable. Luckily, the possible solutions for people with allergies have never been better! The following are some options to get a handle on your child’s allergies… … Continue reading

My Infant Has Jaundice! What Is Jaundice? Should I Be Worried?

Jaundice is a common problem in newborns-one that is responsible for a lot of office visits and hospitalizations in the first few days after birth. Infant jaundice is a yellow discoloration in a newborn baby’s skin and eyes. Infant jaundice … Continue reading