4 tips for traveling with food allergies

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Having a food allergy shouldn’t hold you or your family back from traveling! However, it does require good planning and preparation, so you can relax and have fun without unnecessary worry. Here are some quick tips you should consider before traveling! Full Entry »

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Our reason to celebrate

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Ten years ago this summer, just before our son Michael began his sophomore year of high school, he was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. It took months of seeing various specialists to figure out what was causing a seemingly unrelated series of symptoms. Full Entry »

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Spring allergy season is headed our way

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Spring is almost upon us, and trees and plants are pollinating earlier this year with Houston’s mild winter. With the beautiful weather and new foliage, some children will experience sneezing, nasal congestion, runny nose and itchy and watery eyes otherwise known as allergic rhinitis and allergic conjunctivitis. Full Entry »

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It’s time to talk about clean eating

As a registered dietitian clean eating is something that I have been hearing more and more from the patients that I work with, as well as in the media. It’s often used to describe a “healthy diet,“ but have you ever thought about how this actually sounds? Does it imply that any other form of eating is “dirty?” It is, in fact, just another fad diet! Full Entry »

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Meet the Pediatrician: Dr. Dean Gmoser


At Texas Children’s Pediatrics, we understand the importance of feeling completely comfortable with your child’s primary care physician. To help you get to know our pediatrician better, we decided to sit down with them and do a short Q&A. Full Entry »

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