Resources

At University Pediatric Associates, we’re all about helping kids stay as healthy as possible. Here are some helpful resources.

St. Louis Children’s Hospital

St. Louis Children’s Hospital serves the health care needs of children from infancy to adolescence, and advocates on behalf of children and families. For more information, visit stlouischildrens.org.

Kid Care – A free parent advice app for your smartphone

What should you do if your child develops a fever, cough, vomiting, rash, sore throat or head injury? When can your child return to school or child care after an illness? These are medical advice questions that all parents have. Health problems can arise anytime – evenings, weekends, when you’re at work or traveling or your doctor’s office is closed.

Kid Care guidelines help you make decisions on what level of medical care (if any) is needed and how to treat your child at home when it’s safe to do so. You can select from more than 100 pediatric topics and search from an alphabetical list or by body area. Download the free Kid Care app developed by St. Louis Children’s Hospital to have important health information at your fingertips.

Healthy Children – American Academy of Pediatrics

For information on child health and development, parenting questions,  or disease-specific information, you can visit the American Academy of Pediatrics parenting website healthychildren.org.

Washington University Physicians

Washington University Physicians are the primary care and specialist physicians who are members of the full-time faculty at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. This is a highly active clinical practice group of more than 1,300 physicians, representing more than 76 specialties and subspecialties in medicine and surgery. It is among the largest academic clinical practices in the U.S. For more information, visit WUPhysicians.wustl.edu.

Newborn Information

This resource offers answers to common questions during the newborn period.

Over-the-Counter Medication Dosage

This chart outlines the right amount of medication to give your chid based on age and weight.