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    Thanksgiving Holiday Hours 2014

    Last updated 37 minutes ago

    Our offices will be closed on Thanksgiving and will reopen on Friday, Nov. 28th, from noon to 8 p.m.

    Santa House - December 6, 2014

    Last updated 1 hour ago

    Come see us at our Arlington location on December 6th between noon and 4 p.m. to meet Santa Claus!

    This free event will include food, music, fun and pictures with Santa. We hope to see you there!

    Toys for Tots - Nov. 10-Dec. 17, 2014

    Last updated 1 hour 4 minutes ago

    We are proud to be a drop-off location for Toys for Tots! Bring your new, unwrapped toys to one of our four Pediatrics After Hours locations by December 17th!

    Symptoms and Treatments for Strep Throat

    Last updated 5 days ago

    Unexpected illnesses can cause a huge disruption for your family. Strep throat is a bacterial infection that affects the throat and the tonsils that leads to a raw and uncomfortable sore throat. Before you have to take your child to urgent pediatric care, keep reading to learn more about how to spot and how to treat strep throat:

    Significant Sore Throat

    The most common and noticeable symptom of strep is a very sore throat. This usually develops quickly and causes a lot of pain. Strep throat could also make it difficult to swallow. It is also common to have a fever, swollen tonsils, or spots on the back of the throat.

    Other Symptoms

    On top of a sore throat, strep throat can also cause a severe headache. Some people also experience stomach pains. Strep can also cause a skin rash, induce vomiting, and lead to body aches. The illness is often responsible for decreasing an appetite. Since it is contagious, it is very important to seek medical attention if you suspect that you or your child has strep throat, you should get in to see the doctor as soon as possible.


    When you visit the doctor, you will get a throat culture to officially diagnose whether or not you have strep throat. If you do, the doctor will give you a prescription for some antibiotics. This reduces your risk for passing the infection on to someone else and letting it pass to another area of your body. You might also need an over-the-counter medication to lower your fever.

    If you think your child has strep throat, Pediatrics After Hours is here for you. We provide urgent pediatric care in Dallas, Plano, Garland, and Arlington so you can always get the medical attention that you need for your kids. To learn more about our services or to find the location nearest you, visit us online or call (214) 363-7242.

    Spotlight on Fifth Disease

    Last updated 13 days ago

    When your children start to go to school, they get exposed to a lot of germs that spread quickly. Fifth disease, which is also known as erythema infectiosum, is a viral infection that tends to make the rounds throughout schools in the winter and the spring. Keep reading to learn more about Fifth disease and how to treat it:

    When children develop Fifth disease, they often have bright red cheeks that make them look as if they have been slapped. Although it is extremely noticeable, Fifth disease does not usually come with severe symptoms and does not pose significant risk to your children.

    If you need medical attention after regular business hours, Pediatric After Hours is here for you. We provide after-hours pediatric care that can help you get your child the medical attention he or she needs. Whether you suspect Fifth disease or the flu, our pediatric doctors are here to help you find the root of the problem and the right treatment for it. To learn more, visit us online or call (214) 363-7242.

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