Back to School

The transition period from the summer break back to school time can be quite a struggle for kids, youngsters in particular. The relatively unregulated, free, playtime feeling of summer clashes with the more rigorous, structured environment of school. Fortunately, there are things you can do to make this changing period a bit easier on your… [Read More]

Dr. Vera Tory – the doctor of the smallest

In June we spoke with another fantastic doctor from our pediatric team; Dr. Vera Tory. I will assume that you must have lived and worked abroad in an English-speaking country given your quality of the language? Well in fact I was born in Budapest; a child of two doctors. At one point when I was… [Read More]

Our pediatrician at the AAP conference

In October, FirstMed pediatrician, Dr. Annamaria Wilde joined over 9,000 medical professionals at the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) annual conference in San Diego, California. In addition to the conference Dr. Wilde had a chance to visit US hospitals to enhance her expertise and view the current ‘best practices’ employed in an international hospital. We… [Read More]

Teen stress

Are you …feeling anxious or suffering panic attacks? …constantly feeling pressured, rushed or hassled? …feeling irritable and moody?

Harmony with Baby Massage

You’re a new parent and it doesn’t take long to realize that as soon as you put your baby down they start to cry. Pick them up, the crying stops and it’s all smiles. Did you know that just the touch that comes from holding the baby is what they find so soothing and nurturing?… [Read More]

Second Hand Smoke is bad for your child’s mental health

Did you know that Second Hand Smoke contains 4000 toxic chemicals and can increase a non smoker’s risk of lung cancer and heart disease by 25% !