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Mobile Virtual Providers Pediatric Care When You Need It, Where You Need It. This service would provide pediatric after hours care via mobile unit and telehealth platforms.

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08/19/2021
AAP offers tips to keep children occupied during COVID-19 pandemic
03/20/2020
AAP offers tips to keep children occupied during COVID-19 pandemic

AAP offers tips to keep children occupied during COVID-19 pandemic

As families across the globe are asked to stay home to help contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, parents of children in all age groups are left with a lot of time each day that could be filled with structured activities. The AAP published a list of 15 ways that parents can keep their childre...

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11/12/2019
How to Care for Your Newborn -

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Once you find out you’re pregnant it seems like everything shifts focus to how you are going to take care of yourself and your unborn child. Furthermore, you start making decisions about how to care for your baby once it enters the world. One of the most important aspects is choosing a pediatr

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10/30/2019
The Importance Of Regular Wellness Visits -

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One moment your child is born and the next moment they are sitting up, saying their first word and taking their first steps. It’s amazing just how many milestones your child will reach in just the first few years of their life, and in order to ensure that your child reaches all of these milest

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10/23/2019
Kids and Bedwetting -

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Bedwetting is a common childhood problem. Many children who master toilet training during the day, usually between the ages of two and four, continue to experience episodes of bedwetting through the night. In many cases, the nighttime bedwetting incidents will gradually decrease until they have comp

10/09/2019
Signs of Appendicitis -

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Truth is, anyone with an appendix can get appendicitis—even our children. Appendicitis is a painful inflammation of the hollow, finger-shaped organ attached to the end of the large intestine. If left untreated, an inflamed appendix can rupture, leading to a lengthy hospital stay for complicati

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09/26/2019
Keep Your Kids Safe from Concussions -

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A hit to the head during a soccer game or a hard fall from skateboarding may result in a serious head injury and even a concussion. The American Academy of Pediatrics describes a concussion as any injury to the brain that disrupts normal brain function on a temporary or permanent basis. These injuri

Be vigilant on what you feed your children!
09/26/2019
A Political Lesson on the Power of the Food Industry

Be vigilant on what you feed your children!

The amazing story about what lobbying millions can do to shut down efforts to protect children. Subscribe to Dr. Greger’s free nutrition newsletter and get t...

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09/18/2019
Kids and Sore Throats -

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In infants, toddlers and preschoolers, the most frequent cause of sore throats is a viral infection. No specific medicine is required when a virus is responsible, and the child should get better over a seven to ten day period. During this period, your child may develop a fever, but they generally ar

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08/22/2019
Dealing With Your Child's Fever -

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Generally, a fever is brought on by an infection from a virus or bacterial infection. While many times a parent’s first instinct is to worry when their child has a fever, it’s not necessarily a sign that something serious is taking place. That’s because a fever is the body’s

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08/13/2019

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08/06/2019
FAQs About Car Seats and Recommendations -

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Kids may complain about being restrained in the car, but car seats and booster seats save lives. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that using a car or booster seat in a passenger car reduces the risk of fatal injury 71 percent in children younger than 1 and 54 perce

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07/26/2019
Treating Mono in Your Child -

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Has your child been uncharacteristically fatigued as of late? Whereas before they were running and jumping around, now they seem more sluggish and uninterested. Perhaps this weary state has also been accompanied by a recurrent sore throat and headaches? If so, your child may be afflicted by Mononucl

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07/24/2019
What Happens During a Child Physical Exam? -

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Once your child is born it’s amazing just how quickly they grow and develop. It seems like you blink and suddenly they are talking and walking. During these important milestones it’s also important to have a pediatrician that you turn to regularly to make sure that these developmental mi

My smartphone is connected to my car computer. it reminds me not to leave my phone in the car. Here's an idea, leave you...
04/17/2019
Hot-Car Deaths Hit Record High in 2018

My smartphone is connected to my car computer. it reminds me not to leave my phone in the car. Here's an idea, leave your smart phone that's connected to the car computer in the backseat next to the baby car seat. When you are leaving the car you would get a reminder not to forget your phone. Besides you cannot text and drive in Georgia due to the recent law.

Experts say 51 children died in hot cars in the United States last year -- the highest toll on record.

Neurodiversity embraces the concept that brain differences are just differences and that conditions like ADHD and autism...
04/17/2019
Neurodiversity: What You Need to Know

Neurodiversity embraces the concept that brain differences are just differences and that conditions like ADHD and autism aren’t abnormal. Using this term can help kids with autism or learning and attention issues see their challenges as only differences and not deficits. It also helps them to recognize their strengths. For #AutismAwarenessMonth, check out this article on what to know about neurodiversity.

"We know from brain-imaging studies that there are some differences between kids with learning and attention issues and their peers. Those differences appear in how the brain is “wired” and how it functions to support thinking and learning.

These findings can explain the source of difficulty for many kids with learning and attention issues. But the neurodiversity view is that brain differences are normal. And kids who have them are as mainstream as those who don’t have them." #pediatrics #pediatrician #autism

What is neurodiversity? Find out what neurodiversity means and how the concept can benefit kids with learning and attention issues.

Alcohol has many negative effects on kids, including for their safety, health and school grades. That's why it's very im...
04/16/2019
Why to Have the Alcohol Talk Early: A Pediatrician-Mom’s Perspective

Alcohol has many negative effects on kids, including for their safety, health and school grades. That's why it's very important for parents and caregivers to have a conversation with their kids early on to help them understand the dangers of drinking. Here's an informative article about alcohol that we recommend reading for #AlcoholAwarenessMonth.

"As parents, we need to remember the harsh reality that our children are not immune to the vices of this world, and alcohol is a frequent culprit. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), alcohol is the substance most frequently abused by teens, and its use leads to the most injuries and deaths from accidents, homicides, and suicides among teens."

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​According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), alcohol is the substance most frequently abused by teens. Most parents, however, don't realize how much their children drink.

Here's a fun Easter cupcakes decorating class for parents and children, taking place next Saturday, April 20! Click the ...
04/12/2019
Cooking Class | Alpharetta, GA | Family Fun: Easter Cupcakes Decorating

Here's a fun Easter cupcakes decorating class for parents and children, taking place next Saturday, April 20! Click the link to register.

#pediatrics #pediatrician #alpharetta

Menu: Lemonade Cupcakes with Raspberry Buttercream - Strawberries and Cream-Filled Cupcakes with Vanilla Buttercream - Marzipan Carrots and Cupcake DecoratingClass Descr...

Today is National Siblings Day! If you have more than one kid, here are some good things to know about the sibling relat...
04/10/2019
It’s National Sibling Day: Why are We Celebrating? | Lifespan

Today is National Siblings Day! If you have more than one kid, here are some good things to know about the sibling relationship, how it differs from parent-child and how to help your kids maintain a positive relationship with each other.

"Siblings play a key and unique role in child development and behavior. Children’s first experiences with sharing, negotiating, and resolving conflict often occur when they interact with their brothers and sisters. During early childhood, siblings are both primary companions and competitors."

#NationalSiblingsDay #pediatrics #pediatrician #parenting

While most of us have Mother’s Day and Father’s Day circled on our calendars, don’t forget to note today – it’s Sibling Day! National Sibling Day is a relatively new addition to the U.S. calendar. Why should we recognize these special relationships -- good or bad? Here's why.

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission warns families about Fisher-Price Rock ’n Play sleeper, following the deaths o...
04/08/2019
Warning About Fisher-Price Rock ’n Play Issued After Infant Deaths

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission warns families about Fisher-Price Rock ’n Play sleeper, following the deaths of 10 babies from rolling over while in the seat. Here are some precautions to note.

"The deaths occurred after infants rolled from their back to their stomach or side when they were unrestrained in the seat. All the infants who died were 3 months or older, the statement said.

The Rock ’n Play sleeper features a fabric cradle on a metal stand that rocks babies so they can be soothed to sleep. Fisher-Price said parents should always use the sleeper’s harness to secure infants."

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The Rock ’n Play is a favorite among parents, but federal regulators and Fisher-Price warned parents to stop using it once their baby can roll over.

We know veggies are good for kids. But getting to them eat them is not always easy. Here are some techniques to try to g...
04/05/2019
How to Raise Vegetable Eaters

We know veggies are good for kids. But getting to them eat them is not always easy. Here are some techniques to try to get them to eat their vegetables!

"Infancy and early toddlerhood are when children are most open to learning new flavors, making this stage of development a critical window for introducing a wide variety of flavors — including or perhaps especially the earthy or bitter tastes associated with vegetables that many parents assume children won’t like. Missing this critical window makes it much harder to accept healthy foods later, but not impossible, and continued exposure or even first-time introductions are important for older children too, since they are forming what are likely to become eating habits for life."

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Experts offer advice on how to help children develop a taste for vegetables without hiding them in tater tots.

If you're a parent of a child with autism, you understand the feeling of panic if your child wanders off. It's scary for...
04/03/2019
Keep Kids with Autism Safe from Wandering: Tips from the AAP

If you're a parent of a child with autism, you understand the feeling of panic if your child wanders off. It's scary for any parent when a child gets lost and children with ASD are more likely to wander out of sight. This can expose them to risks of getting hurt or drowning. In fact, drowning is the cause of death for almost 3 in 4 children with autism who wander off alone. Read this article for ways to keep your child safe and an emergency plan to download.

"Reinforce water and swimming safety. Home swimming pools should be surrounded by a fence that prevents a child from getting to the pool from the house. There is no substitute for at least a four-foot-high, non-climbable, four-sided fence with a self-closing, self-latching gate. Pool alarms and door alarms are also protection products that may have some benefits."

#NationalAutismAwarenessMonth #pediatrics #pediatrician

​Anyone who's been a parent long enough has felt that panic—often only temporary—when a child wanders out of sight. Many parents of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) know this feeling all too well.​

These mindfulness-based and relaxation games are great for children's mental and physical health and for kids with ADHD!...
03/29/2019
Mindfulness-based Meditation: 4 Relaxation Games for Children

These mindfulness-based and relaxation games are great for children's mental and physical health and for kids with ADHD!

"Research has shown that mindfulness-based treatments may be effective for a range of mental and physical health disorders in adults. It turns out that the slow, focused and calming aspects of mindfulness meditation have similar results for children with ADHD, who are often impulsive, unfocused, hyperactive, and fidgety." #pediatrics #pediatrician

I use mindfulness-based meditation and mindfulness relaxation games in my work with children diagnosed with ADHD, here are 4 for you to try!

One of the most important things to consider in your child's diet is how much added sugar they're consuming. Often, most...
03/28/2019
How to Reduce Added Sugar in Your Child’s Diet: AAP Tips

One of the most important things to consider in your child's diet is how much added sugar they're consuming. Often, most of the added sugar your kids are consuming comes more from what they're drinking instead of eating. Here are ways to reduce your child's sugar intake.

"Many foods or beverages have extra sugar and syrups added to them when they are processed or prepared. These added sugars have many different names, such as brown sugar, corn sweetener, corn syrup, dextrose, fructose, glucose, high-fructose corn syrup, honey, lactose, malt syrup, maltose, molasses, raw sugar, and sucrose."

#NationalNutritionMonth #pediatrics #pediatrician

We encourage all parents and caregivers to read this article for information on car seats and safety including the diffe...
03/26/2019
Car Seats: Information for Families

We encourage all parents and caregivers to read this article for information on car seats and safety including the different types of car seats, how to properly install them and answers to common questions.

"Each year, thousands of young children are killed or injured in car crashes. Proper use of car seats helps keep children safe. But with so many different seats on the market, many parents find this overwhelming. If you are expectant parents, give yourselves enough time to learn how to properly install the car seat in your car before your baby is born to ensure a safe ride home from the hospital.

The type of seat your child needs depends on several things, including your child's age, size, and developmental needs." #pediatrics #pediatricians

One of the most important jobs you have as a parent is keeping your child safe when riding in a vehicle. The following information from the AAP offers guidance on choosing the most appropriate car seat for your child.

Our practice recognizes and seeks to close the widening gulf between physician and patient that is too often facilitated...
03/22/2019

Our practice recognizes and seeks to close the widening gulf between physician and patient that is too often facilitated by too much administrative work and red tape in the healthcare space. When you visit our office, you’ll find decreased administrative burdens, lower overhead and better value.

Dr. Nichols delivers efficient, effective and empathetic care for all of his patients!

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What's a parent to do when all their child wants to eat are chicken nuggets? Here are some tips on getting a picky eater...
03/20/2019
Beyond Chicken Nuggets: Protein-Rich Alternatives for Picky Eaters

What's a parent to do when all their child wants to eat are chicken nuggets? Here are some tips on getting a picky eater to eat other protein-rich and healthy foods - plus some things to do know about protein.

"When it comes to getting protein into your child's diet, you don't have to get into battles—or give in to the daily chicken nugget diet. There are lots of ways to do it, and with a bit of creativity and persistence, your child can get what he or she needs."

#NationalNutritionMonth #pediatrics #pediatrician

​When it comes to getting protein into your child’s diet, you don’t have to get into battles—or give in to the daily chicken nugget diet. There are lots of ways to do it, and with a bit of creativity and persistence, your child can get what he or she needs. Here are some things about protei...

There is a lot of pressure on young girls to have a certain type of body image - normally influenced by what they see in...
03/19/2019
How to Help Your Daughter Have a Healthy Body Image

There is a lot of pressure on young girls to have a certain type of body image - normally influenced by what they see in magazines and media. Unfortunately, this leads to many of them developing poor self-esteem and self-image. Here are some ways you can help your daughter to have a healthy and realistic body image.

"What we want for them is part realism — a reasonable vision of what’s an attractive and healthy body. And it’s part perspective — a sense that what they look like is just one aspect, and not an overwhelmingly important one, of who they are and what they have to offer as people." #pediatrics #pediatricians

It’s not easy, given the pressure to be super-thin and sexy, too. Here you will find a parents' guide to raising your daughter with a healthy body image.

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03/17/2019

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03/15/2019
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03/13/2019
Alpharetta Roswell Milton Macaroni Kid

Alpharetta Roswell Milton Macaroni Kid

Have you always wanted a doctor that would listen to you? Spend time with you instead of rushing you through an appointment? Especially when it comes to your kids? Well, meet Dr. Nichols with Total Access Pediatrics. His goal is to create relationships and teamwork to address your child's needs. Walk ins, Sunday appointments, and late hours twice a week are among the many things he plans to do differently when it comes to medical care for your kids. Check out this article for all the info and comment below on what you love most about his practice! #sponsored

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Sydney Nichols, MD

Dr. Nichols received his medical degree from St. George's University School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 10 years.

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With years of experience, our medical team brings the best in pediatric care to you and your child. Utilizing evidenced-based medicine, the best in diagnostic technology and offering convenient on-site lab testing for general illness, we deliver the most efficient, effective care.

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