Archive of Posts: January, 2016

The Testing Threes

January 28, 2016
by Dekalb Pediatrics

I was well aware and anticipating the “terrible twos” but no one mentioned the “testing threes”; not until I already had a… Continue Reading »

Raising Children for Success

January 17, 2016
by Dr. Rebecca Kolesky

For those of you who don’t already know me, let me give you a quick introduction. I am a California transplant but… Continue Reading »

Preventing Picky Eating

January 14, 2016
by Dr. Deborah Pollack

Hi, I’m Dr. Debby Pollack.  I grew up in Arkansas and came to Atlanta in 1994 for my pediatric residency at Emory … Continue Reading »

Perrigo recalls 2 batches of generic children’s cough syrup

January 13, 2016
by Dekalb Pediatrics

Perrigo initiated a voluntary recall of two batches of its generic children’s cough syrup sold in 4 oz. bottles — guaifenesin grape… Continue Reading »

Eating slowly may aid weight loss, prevent obesity

January 11, 2016
by Dekalb Pediatrics

Researchers found that children who were instructed to take a bite of food every 30 seconds lost between 2% and 5.7% of… Continue Reading »

Our New Blog Initiative

January 6, 2016
by Dr. Jane Wilkov

We now have 10 providers at DPC, with a wide range of both personal and professional interests and experiences. We’re excited to… Continue Reading »

Moms Know Best

January 5, 2016
by Dr. Peggy Marcus

It was a typical hectic morning at the Marcus house, and my daughters had just sat down to eat breakfast before school.… Continue Reading »