The latest news and information from Interlachen Pediatrics
A recently conducted study by Professor Rebecca Pillai Ridell of York University (Toronto) discovered how parents behaviors affect preschoolers experience with vaccines. Click here to view the video of her findings.
The holidays can be a happy time of year for many people, as they gather with family and friends, exchange gifts and celebrate traditions. The changes in family routines and extra demands on time, however, can also cause some stress, especially for children. In this… view
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On Wednesday, the CDC revised it's recommendations for the vaccine that prevents HPV.
The new recommendations are for children and adolescents between the ages of 9-14. The recommendations are for a two-dose series instead of three with the vaccines being given at least 6 months apart. For adolescents and young adults between the ages of 15-26, the recommendation of three… view
Interlachen Pediatrics will not be offering the flumist vaccine this flu season.
This is in accordance with the recommendations from the ACIP, the CDC and the AAP. Our office will be offering the injectable vaccine to our… view
We are pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Melissa Velarde to Interlachen Pediatrics' team of physicians. We invite you to get to know Dr. Velarde!