Williamsburg: 200 Wallabout St. Suite 1C~Brooklyn, NY 11206
Boro Park: 1425 54th Street~Brooklyn, New York 11219
Monsey: 58 State Route 59~Monsey, New York 10952
Monroe/Blooming Grove:501 route 208 Monroe, NY 10950
Pomona Office:14 Thiells Mt Ivy Road Pomona NY 10970
Bloomingburg: 85 Main Street~BBloomingburg, NY 12721
Linden: 930 N Wood Ave Linden, NJ 07036

Common Childhood Ailments

What Causes Allergies?​

Children get allergies from coming into contact with allergens. Allergens can be inhaled, eaten, or injected (from stings or medicine) or they can come into contact with the skin.

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What is anemia and how can I tell if my child is anemic?

Anemia is a condition that occurs when there are not enough red blood cells or hemoglobin to carry oxygen to the other cells in the body. The body's cells need oxygen to survive.

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When is it an Ear Infection?

A typical middle ear infection in a child begins with either a viral infection (such as a common cold) or unhealthy bacterial growth. Sometimes the middle ear becomes inflamed and causes fluid buildup behind the eardrum. In other cases, the eustachian tubes — the narrow passageways connecting the middle ear to the back of the nose — become swollen.

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Who Gets Eczema?

Eczema is the most Eczema is a chronic skin problem that causes dry, red, itchy skin. It is also called atopic dermatitis or AD.

common skin problem treated by pediatric dermatologists. About 65% of patients develop symptoms before age 1, and about 90% of them develop symptoms before age 5. Many babies outgrow eczema by age 4

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Spitting up is sometimes associated with gastroesophageal reflux disease (doctors often refer to this as GERD for short), which is usually a temporary mechanical hitch. If your baby’s stomach is full or his position is changed abruptly, especially after a feeding, the stomach contents—food mixed with

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What is a pinworm?

A pinworm ("threadworm") is a small, thin, white roundworm (nematode) called Enterobius vermicularis that sometimes lives in the colon and rectum of humans. Pinworms are about the length of a staple. While an infected person sleeps, female pinworms leave the intestine through the anus and deposit their eggs on the surrounding skin.

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Williamsburg Pediatrics

200 Wallabout St. Suite 1C
Brooklyn, NY 11206

Phone: (718) 486-9800
Fax: (718) 486-5553

Boro Park

1425 54th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11219

Phone: (718) 438-0666
Fax: (718) 437-6385


58 State Route 59
Monsey, NY 10952

Phone: (845) 371-5500
Fax: (845) 371-2277


501 route 208
Monroe, NY 10952

Phone: (845) 286-3600
Fax: (845) 783-4511


85 Main Street
Bloomingburg, NY 12721

Phone: (845) 371-2220
Fax: (845) 316-2025


930 N Wood Ave
Linden, NJ 07036

Phone: (845) 371-2220
Fax: (845) 316-2025