• Does My Child Have a Food Allergy?
    Especially during the younger years, adequate food and nutrition is vital for a child’s growth and development. But for some children, a snack or meal as simple as a peanut Read more
  • 5 Signs Your Child May Have Asthma
    Does your child have asthma? Asthma is a condition in which a person's airways become narrow and inflamed and produce extra mucus, which makes it difficult to breathe. Childhood asthma Read more
  • Hear This: Turning Down the Volume Now May Save Your Teen's Hearing in Adult Years
    It may seem like your teenager is ignoring you, but in reality, they may be having trouble hearing you. More and more we see kids listening to their MP3 players Read more
  • Diaper Rash: How to Soothe and Protect Your Baby's Bottom
    A baby’s soft, smooth skin is delicate, making it susceptible to diaper rash, a common and mild irritation of the skin that causes redness in the area where the diaper Read more
  • Fit Kids, Healthy Kids - How to Make Exercise a Way of Life
    Children need physical activity on a regular basis to keep them healthy and strong. It’s unfortunate that many kids today are considered overweight. In fact, according to Centers for Disease Read more
  • Battling Teenage Acne
    Acne is by far the most common skin complaint among teenagers, affecting nearly all of those between the ages of 12 and 17 at least occasionally, according to the American Read more
  • How to Keep Injuries at Bay when Kids are at Play
    Whether it’s at the park, school or in your own backyard, kids of all ages enjoy climbing on the monkey bars, going down the slide and swinging.  Playgrounds are a Read more
  • How to Avoid and Manage Dreaded Head Lice
    Two words parents dread hearing--head lice. Head lice are parasites that can be found on the heads of people, most common among preschool and elementary children. Each year millions of Read more
  • Use Your Head: How to Keep Your Kids Safe from Concussions
    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 Read more
  • WELCOME DR. MARY KAY BARTEK
    Starting May 18 Pediatric Associates will welcome Dr. Mary Kay Bartek to the practice. Dr. Bartek is a graduate of the University of Washington School of Medicine and did her Pediatric Read more
  • NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION
    New Year , New opportunity!  We all have had, hopefully, a lovely holiday season.  Now that 2015 is underway, the American Academy of Pediatrics and all of us here at Read more
  • APPLE PAY
    You can now pay your bill with your iPhone!  If you have the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Watch-compatible devices (iPhone 5 and later models), iPad Air 2 and Read more
  • FIND US ON TWITTER
    We are excited to announce that we now have a Twitter account. Our handle is @PADC615 and you can find us by searching PedAssocDavidsonCo. Tweet! Read more
  • DR. DAVIDSON NOMINATED
    Congratulations! Our Dr. Bill Davidson has been nominated for the 2013 Frist Humanitarian Award!  The nomination recognizes an HCA-affiliated physician who displays a concern for the well-being of others beyond his Read more
  • Welcome to Our Blog
    Welcome to the Blog of Pediatric Associates of Davidson County Whether your child is an existing patient or you’re searching for a pediatrician in the Nashville, TN area, we’re excited you Read more
  • Fighting Flu Season: How to Protect Your Family from the Influenza Virus
    With the arrival of flu season, many parents will be watching their children closely for symptoms of this dreaded virus.  The flu, also known as influenza, is a highly contagious Read more

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