Symptom Advisor & Medical Library

When your child is sick, you have questions. The symptom advisor and medical library can give you a better understanding of your child's condition and/or symptoms and guide you in seeking treatment. Select from over 100 symptoms to read more about managing your child's illness. Kennesaw Pediatrics provides this reference guide for parents as an educational resource and general reference for Pediatric health topics. Please consult your doctor immediately when healthcare issues arise and use this information only as a reference.




 

Additional Resources

The following websites provide reliable information on pediatric topics.

Children's Healthcare Of Atlanta

American Academy of Pediatrics


Center For Disease Control

National Network for Immunization

Immunization Action Coalition

NYU Child Study Center

National Institute of Mental Health: Numerous topics including eating disorders and depression

A Healthy Me

Zero To Three

Dr. Greene

Discovery Health: Teen Center

Discovery Health: Pregnancy and Parenting

Department of Health and Human Services: Food, nutrition and weight management for children and teens. Body Mass
Index Calculator. Interactive games and trivia for kids. Fun, informative site for all ages.


Division of nutrition, physical activity and obesity

Mayo Clinic: Infant and Toddler Health

Mayo Clinic: First Aid

Kerri L. Golding LCSW: Child, Adolescent and Adult Therapist. Behavioral and Mental Health Topics including: ADHD,
Grief, Divorce, Bullying, Self Esteem, Substance Abuse


Allergy Prevention in Children

Immunization Information




Disclaimer: The material contained on this site (“Site”) is intended to be general healthcare information for educational purposes only. It should not be considered complete or used in place of a visit, phone call, consultation or advice from your physician and/or healthcare provider.

The use of information on this Site does not create a doctor-patient relationship with you.

Kennesaw Pediatrics PC does not recommend self treatment of patients and advises that all decisions regarding medical conditions or patient care be made by a qualified healthcare provider who can consider the unique circumstances of each patient.  Should you have any questions regarding information on this Site please call your physician or healthcare provider.

Please do not disregard your physician or healthcare provider’s advice or delay seeking treatment based on the information found within this Site.

You are responsible for the decisions you make that affect your child’s care.