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Sunday, July 23, 2017
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Welcome to Pediatrics of Newberry

Hugging GirlsPediatrics of Newberry, an Eau Claire Community Health Cooperative site is the only pediatric practice serving the residents of Newberry County.  We are located seconds away from Newberry County Memorial Hospital on the corner of Kinard and Pond Field Road.  Please click here for our "Mission Statement";

Dr. Becky, Dr. Davis, and Dr. Biscoglia have admitting privileges to Newberry County Memorial Hospital, and have strong ties with both the pediatric specialty community at Palmetto Richland Children's Hospital in Columbia, SC and Greenville Children's Hospital in Greenville, SC .

                                                 New patients are always welcome at Pediatrics of Newberry!  Schedule your appointment TODAY!



ECCHC’s pediatric offices will be offering free sports physicals with well child visits from May 1st- August 31st.  This will be available to all new and existing patients regardless of the date of their last well child visit and regardless of their insurance status.  Please help spread the word to promote this service!  









Health Tips
  • It's not too late for flu vaccine, we are still seeing cases of the flu!
  • Do not give Pepto-Bismal or other anti-diarrheal medicines--they can make the diarrhea last longer.
  • A spoonful of honey works better for cough than any prescription medicines.
  • Using leave-in conditioner or hair oil on your child's hair may help prevent head lice.
  • Rinsing your sinuses with saline works better than antibiotics for sinus infections.
  • Every child and teenager should have a yearly check-up.
  • Teenagers need immunizations too! HPV vaccine is recommended for ages 9 and up as the earlier it is given, the more protection you have. Tdap is required before attending 7th grade.
  • Eating a healthy diet and getting plenty of sleep helps prevent acute and chronic diseases.
  • You don't have to join a gym for exercise--go outside and play tag with your kids or have a dance party inside.
  • Put down the phone! Face to face conversations help with emotional growth and coping skills.
  • Children should only drink milk or water! Sweet tea, cola, clear sodas and flavored drinks all have excessive amounts of sugar leading to obesity and cavities. It's ok to add a splash of juice to water to add flavor.
  • No matter the color of your skin, sunscreen is needed everyday. Even when it's cloudy!
  • It's better to eat a piece of fruit than to drink juice.
  • Going to bed and getting up at the same time on weekends prevents Monday morning jet lag.
  • Turn off all electronics (phones too) two hours before bedtime for restful sleep.
  • Fatty fish (mackeral, salmon, tuna) and nuts several times a week helps with brain growth and heart health.
  • Half your plate should be fruits and vegetables at lunch and dinner.
  • Early exposure to allergens-pollen, nuts, animals, plants helps prevent allergies.
  • Fruit with whipped cream or cookie crumb topping makes a great dessert.
  • Gardening is wonderful exercise and kids love to pick and eat fruits and vegetables.
  • Involving your kids with planning and cooking meals helps guarantee they'll try it!
  • Lots of vegetables and berries can be grown in pots in a sunny window or on the porch.
































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Friday: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm





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