To Our Wonderful Readers…An Important Update

We wanted to update you about some changes happening this year at Pediatric Safety…

As many of you are probably aware, we have spent the last 9+ years publishing content that has allowed us to make a difference in the lives of families across the globe. We’ve done our best to be there for you when you needed us.

In the coming months we intend to implement a new “look” for Pediatric Safety and focus a bit more on areas where we believe we can provide a greater impact. This is a fairly intensive effort, and truthfully, we don’t have the resources to do everything and do it well. Which means we need to cut back on our publishing of new content and publish less frequently.

We are telling you this because as someone we value, we didn’t want you to be surprised when we show up a little less often in your mailbox or in your social media.

We’re not closing-up shop!

We’re just doing what we need to, to make sure we continue to provide you with the best possible content and experience that we can, now and for the foreseeable future. We hope you’ll continue to take this journey with us…and please…suggestions are welcome!

We wish you and your families a Happy and Healthy 2019!

~ Stefanie, Clara, Jim and Audra ~



4 Responses to “To Our Wonderful Readers…An Important Update”

  1. Jim Love says:

    I’ll still be here. Thank you all for 10 great years.

    • Stefanie Zucker Stefanie Zucker says:

      …comments like this, and folks like you are why we do this! Thank you Jim! Truly…from all of us here at Pediatric Safety! 🙂

  2. Miraben says:

    Hi there
    I would love your perspective on an issue my daughter is having. She is now on her 8th infection since having all 4 of her wisdom teeth extracted in July of 2018 at the age of 13. She has had two debrivements, been on countless antibiotics and been to a pediatric infectious disease specialist. That doctor prescribed tetracycline for 30 days. At week 3.3, the 8th infection started. Then I fectio s remember to be like clockwork – every three weeks. She had general anesthesia and we discovered she is severely allergic to penicillin. Any thoughts on what could be wrong? We did a complete blood panel and everything came back fine.

    Thank you,

    • Stefanie Zucker Stefanie Zucker says:

      Hi Miraben,
      I’m so sorry for what you and your daughter are going through. And while we wish we could help, Dr Joe and the rest of the team here at Pediatric Safety are just not equipped to provide a specific diagnosis or treatment plan for a child without having seen them in person – it just wouldn’t be safe. Our goal is to add to the information being provided by your doctor, never to replace it. Miraben, given the severity of the symptoms you describe, our best advice at this point would be to take your daughter back to their doctor, bring the blood panel results, and if you don’t feel like you’re getting the answers you need, ask for a referral to see a specialist. Wishing the best for you and your family! Stefanie Zucker, Pediatric Safety

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