Dr. Preeti Parikh is a Board-Certified Pediatrician holding degrees from The Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and Columbia University. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Pediatrics Department at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and is in private practice in New York City. She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and also serves as the Medical Director of Programming at HealthiNation.com. She has a special interest in preventive medicine, advocacy and patient education. Her goal is to empower both parents and children with the right knowledge and tools to achieve their optimal health. She enjoys her free time with her husband and twins.She has contributed to Multiplicity magazine and is also the contributing Pediatrician for the upcoming book What to Do When You Are Having Two to be published next year.
Here are a handful of home remedies that will help you soothe your sick child during cold and flu season. Your young child has a bad cold and you’re struggling to make her more comfortable -- you go to the medicine cabinet to find something to provide relief but quickly realize you have... read more
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Because I'm a pediatrician and a mother, many people say to me, “it must be much easier for you to be a parent because you know everything about kids.” This is partially true in that, yes, if my children are sick I'm able to care for them with ease, and know the difference between a... read more
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