“I believe your daughter has Infant Botulism. There is a treatment, but it is only made in California. She may get worse before she gets better. She may lose her breathing.” These words that were spoken to us only a short time after our five-month-old baby, Madison, entered the Emergency Room....Read More
When asked how she feels about these changes, Emily expressed, “Although the COVID-19 pandemic has raised some fear and uncertainty, I am so proud of our families for their resilience and for trusting us to care for their babies and sharing these special moments with us.”
Dr. Rachel Plotnick, a pediatrician with GBMC Health Partners Pediatric Group, discusses how to protect your children from coronavirus.
Getting older can bring a lot of positives to your life: wisdom, knowledge and confidence, to name a few. Unfortunately, age can also bring changes to your vision and eyes. Age-related eye issues affect millions of Americans every year.
As fear surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak continues to increase, Dr. Rachel Plotnick, a pediatrician with GBMC Health Partners Pediatric Group, spoke with WMAR-2 News to answer questions from parents about the current situation.