Inside the Autism Spectrum

Tuesday, 25 April, 2017

Autism is treatable. People often have ideas about autism and what it means, but autism spectrum disorder can mean a wide variety of things.

More importantly, while children do not outgrow autism, early diagnosis and intervention lead to significantly improved outcomes. Knowing that it’s treatable means helping more people at a younger age.

Coping while caring for your elderly parents and your children

Tuesday, 25 April, 2017

Many adults today find themselves stuck in a stage sometimes called “the sandwich generation.” These adults are still raising their children, but are also caring for elderly parents living in their home.

4 Reasons to Choose a Generations Family Practice Cary Pediatrician

Tuesday, 25 April, 2017

Choosing the right Cary pediatrician can feel overwhelming, especially for new parents or people who are new to the Cary or Triangle, North Carolina area. Your child’s wellness is your top priority, and there are many aspects to health care in the first several years of life, including:

Wellness for Generations November 2015 newsletter

Tuesday, 25 April, 2017

Look and feel your best this holiday season with tips from Generations Family Practice! Read our latest newsletter, "Wellness for Generations - November 2015" and find info on healthy eating for diabetics, beating acne breakouts, what’s cool about moustaches and more!


Early Diagnosis of Autism Improves Outcomes

Tuesday, 25 April, 2017

April is National Autism Awareness Month. The prevalence of autism had risen to 1 in every 68 births in the United States – nearly twice as great as the 2004 rate of 1 in 125 – and almost 1 in 54 boys. Autism is treatable. Children do not “outgrow” autism, but studies show that early diagnosis and intervention lead to significantly improved outcomes. Skills such as taking a first step, smiling for the first time, and waving "bye bye" are called developmental milestones. Children reach milestones in how they play, learn, speak, behave, and move (crawling, walking, etc.).

After the toys come home, how do I keep my kids safe?

Tuesday, 25 April, 2017

After you've bought safe toys, it's also important to make sure kids know how to use them. The best way to do this is by supervising play. Playing with your kids teaches them how to play safely while having fun.

Parents should:

Are the toys that your kids play with safe?

Tuesday, 25 April, 2017

Did you know that toys send more than 26,000 children to the emergency room every year? In fact, toy-related injuries involving American children has jumped about 40 percent according to an analysis by the Center for Injury Research and Policy at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. That can be very scary information for parents - however, many of these injuries can be prevented. As parents, we must arm ourselves with information and awareness of the toys on the markets and what to look for in toy safety.

Evolution of Toy Safety

Tuesday, 25 April, 2017

As the excitement and festivities of the holidays fade away, many households will be left with a small avalanche of new toys bestowed upon its children. These new items of fascination and joy will be loved upon and played with by the ones we cherish most. But what do you know about these toys? Are they safe?

What you need to know about Enterovirus D-68

Tuesday, 25 April, 2017

As of two days ago, the respiratory virus, Enterovirus D- 68, which has been sending hundreds of kids to emergency rooms in the Midwest, has not been reported in North Carolina, despite previous reports, according to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health. However, we at Generations Family Practice, remain vigilant.

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