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May-Expectantly Expectant
Posted on: May 1st,2018

Join us Tuesday, May 1st at our Airport office for "Expectantly Expectant" - a group prenatal class. This is a FREE class for expectant parents who want to know more...


Sports Safety: Head Injuries
Posted on: April 17th,2018

Where there are sports there are injuries. Most of us brush off the minor cuts and get back to the game. Unfortunately some injuries require immediate attention. Dr. Adair...


Get Ready for Camp: Good Hygiene
Posted on: March 22nd,2018

Summer camp is such a fun time for your child with many activities to engage with others. For some it is also their first taste of independence. In this months article Dr. Adair...


April Expectantly Expectant Prenatal Class
Posted on: March 14th,2018

Join us Tuesday, April 3rd at our Providence office for "Expectantly Expectant" - a group prenatal class. This is a FREE class for expectant parents who want to know more...


Lice: They'll make your head itch!
Posted on: February 15th,2018

Most parents are unsure of how this happens or what they should do when an issue such as lice become a problem. Dr. Adair points out important facts in the February issue of Mobile...


The Basics About Potty Training
Posted on: January 18th,2018

Shouldn't there be a how-to manual for potty training? Since there is no manual and there is no one right way to potty train Dr. Adair gives general helpful hints in the...


Office Hours Due to Icy Roads
Posted on: January 17th,2018

Due to continued icy road conditions, both offices of Children's Medical Group will close at 4 pm today. We will accept walk-ins today until that time. In addition, there will...


Office Hours for Thursday, January 18th
Posted on: January 17th,2018

Both offices of Children's Medical Group will open at noon on Thursday, January 18th. Walk-ins will be accepted from noon until 1:30 pm. Phones will be turned over by 11:45 am...


Understanding Allergies
Posted on: December 19th,2017

Out of the "allergic triad" of eczema, asthma and allergies, the most common is allergies. About 20% of the population, or 50 million people in the U.S. suffer from...


Understanding Asthma
Posted on: November 13th,2017

Last month, Dr. Adair began a series of three articles discussing the allergic triad of eczema, asthma and allergies. This is the second article "Understanding Asthma"....


Beyond the "Freshman 15": The Important Role of Vaccines in Healthy College Students
Posted on: October 26th,2017

Vaccines are important for all ages. The CDC recommends vaccines for college-age students since they can be at higher risk for illness due to the close quarters of dorm rooms and...


Understanding Eczema
Posted on: October 17th,2017

Understanding Eczema is the first in a series of three articles about the triad of asthma, allergies and eczema written by Dr. Adair. Most people either deals with one of...


The Harm of Bullying
Posted on: September 18th,2017

How do you recognize bullying and what can you do about it? Dr. Adair gives signs to look for and where to find help in her article The Harm of Bullying. This article and...


Flu Vaccines 2017-2018
Posted on: August 31st,2017

Flu season is around the corner! CMG will begin offering flu vaccines Tuesday, September 5th. You may walk-in during our shot hours which are Monday-Friday 8:30-11:30 am...


ADHD: How to Identify It
Posted on: August 21st,2017

Short attention spans are natural and necessary at times, but how do you tell if it's ADHD or boredom? Dr. Adair discusses the signs to know when it's a good idea to check...


Signs of Food Allergies
Posted on: July 20th,2017

Do you suspect your child has a food allergy? Dr. Adair discusses the signs and symptoms of food intolerance vs. food allergy in the July issue of Mobile Bay Parents magazine....


2017 Nappie Best Pediatrician
Posted on: July 20th,2017

Congratulations to Dr. Matthew Cepeda the 2017 Nappie Best Pediatrician award winner!!! THANK YOU to all who voted!...


Back to School Checkups
Posted on: July 10th,2017

Why wait until the last minute? Call and schedule your child's back to school checkup before the rush! Rising 6th graders are required to have vaccines as well as those...


Toddlers Diarrhea
Posted on: June 20th,2017

"Toddler's diarrhea is still the most common cause of chronic diarrhea in children. It is usually harmless but annoying." What is toddler's diarrhea and what can...


How and Why Should I Get a Sports Physical?
Posted on: May 22nd,2017

What do you do when your child brings home a sports physical form that needs to be filled out and turned in by the end of the week? Or within the next couple of days? Call your...


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