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Four Seasons Pediatrics was founded by Dr. Elmer and Dr. Miller. Our goal is to guide parents with trust...


July 10, 2019

What’s Hot – Swimmer’s Ear and Measles SWIMMER’S EAR

This summer has introduced us to high humidity and now higher temperatures.   This usually leads to swimmer’s ear, typically in August.  This year there has been a 50% increase in swimmer’s ear over June 1 to July 10th, …



Allergies are a part of our lives.  If you have not previously started your preventive medication (e.g. Fluticasone nasal spray, Zaditor Eye Drops); this would be a good time to start them.   Here in the northeast, we have 3 pollen …

Let’s start with a definition of fever:

Your child has a fever if:

Rectal, Ear or Forehead temperature: 100.4° F (38.0° C) or higher Oral or Mouth temperature: 100° F (37.8° C) or higher Under the arm (Armpit) temperature: 99°…