Vaccination Schedule

  • Posted by Dr. Jay Gordon

Q. What’s the best age to start vaccinating? I have to admit, I’ve never read anything that’s middle of the road on the vaccination issue. When I started looking into vaccination information everything I found was either very pro orvery con. A. The…

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Vaccines in Preemies

  • Posted by Dr. Jay Gordon

Q. My preemie son has his four month appointment this month and I know I am going to meet resistance from the Pediatrician about wanting to postpone his vaccinations. Is there anything printed that I can take with me that supports…

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Rotavirus Vaccine

  • Posted by Dr. Jay Gordon

Q. “What do you think of the new vaccine against rotavirus diarrhea?” A. I am more than happy to go against the recommendation of the American Academy of Pediatric and any other official body:  This is a very new vaccine.  In spite…

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Hepatitis B Vaccine

  • Posted by Dr. Jay Gordon

Q. What is you opinion of the Hepatitis B vaccine and how do you deal with it in your practice? A. I try not to give it to any kids. It does a very good job of preventing hepatitis B, no doubt…

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First Aid Kit

  • Posted by Dr. Jay Gordon

Q. “We are traveling with our six-month-old and two-and-a-half year-old sons. We’ll be “on the road” for over two weeks and would like to take a medical kit with us.  Can you recommend a few medicines and remedies?” A. I get asked…

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Newborn Sleeping Arrangements

  • Posted by Dr. Jay Gordon

Q. I have a nursery all set up for our soon expected baby, but find that even the idea of her being down the hall from me distresses me. What do you recommend to your pregnant moms regarding sleeping arrangements? A. Your…

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