Safe Screen Time for Kids?

For years I’ve been telling parents the advice we pediatricians were taught about screen time. No screens until age 2 and no more than 2 hours of screen time per day. We’ve all heard this advice, but is this realistic in today’s technological age? According to CNN Parents, more than 30% of kids are using […]

Back-to-School Tips from a Pediatrician for Keeping Children Healthy

Returning to school is an exciting time for kids and their parents in Lone Tree, Colorado. Children are completing their summer vacations and getting back to the routine of classes, schoolwork and homework. Although germs can be easily spread at schools from child to child, parents can take certain measures to prevent their children from […]

Flu Season is Coming!

Flu season is upon us again! Or at least flu vaccination season is here. Hopefully flu will hold off for a little while. Recommendations this year are not too different from in the past, but here are some important points for the 2015-2016 flu season. The vaccination composition has changed from last year. Vaccine effectiveness […]

We Are Expanding and Adding a New Location!

We are so excited to announce that, beginning October 1st, we will be adding a new location to our practice! As some of you may already know, Dr. Kenneth Katz, has announced his retirement after practicing Pediatrics for over thirty years. We wish him the best with his next chapter, and are so thankful and […]

Advice of a Lone Tree Pediatrician: Protect Your Child’s Vision Early

If you’ve ever wondered how an infant sees the world, you’re not alone. Recently, scientists in Sweden and Norway attempted to answer the question by producing moving images of adult faces expressing different emotions and filtering out any visual information that newborn infants can’t process. What they filtered out, they based on previous studies that […]