For parents and guardians, there is nothing more important than the health of their baby or child. Because each child develops at different paces, both mentally and physically, monitoring their health is fundamental for their well-being. Located in Chatham, New Jersey, and serving families throughout Morristown, Summit, Berkeley Heights, Hoboken, and the surrounding areas, Touchpoint
Many first-time parents worry if their baby will be healthy and if they’ll be prepared to handle everything their baby needs, but this is normal. Touchpoint Pediatrics in Chatham, New Jersey, is here to help by offering the highest quality pediatric care, as well as some insights into infant health issues. Families can learn more
You’ve just experienced one of the greatest miracles of life – childbirth. As with other new experiences, having a baby can leave you with a lot of questions. At Touchpoint Pediatrics, we are here to assist parents with children of all ages, including newborns. We provide numerous reputable online newborn resources to aid parents as
Since children are still growing and learning how to navigate their feelings, it is common for them to exhibit elevated emotions at times. However, a child that experiences frequent emotional outbursts may be suffering from a behavioral condition. To help you better address your child’s health needs, the board-certified pediatricians at Touchpoint Pediatrics are here.
Annual well-child visits are key to achieving the best possible health and development for each individual child, while building stronger family relationships, according to Dr. Jennifer Shaw, administrator and owner of Touchpoint Pediatrics, based in Chatham. Read More
Monitoring your child’s weight and nutritional needs helps prevent them from experiencing health concerns in the future, such as obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. To help you better understand and manage your child’s health, our pediatricians can provide informed guidance during your well visit. Touchpoint Pediatrics provides comprehensive pediatric service to families in the Chatham,
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As early as 3–6 months of age, babies begin to notice and express preference by race (Bar-Haim, 2006). Between the ages of 3 and 5, children begin to apply stereotypes, categorize people by race, and express racial bias (Winkler, 2009). White North American children begin to report negative explicit attitudes toward people of color as
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