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About Children's  Specialty Group Children's Specialty Group is the only pediatric multi-specialty practice serving southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina. The physicians of Children's Specialty Group base their practices at Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters and serve as faculty in the Department of Pediatrics at Eastern Virginia Medical School. Learn more about our specialists here.
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    Male pediatrician holding a stethoscope to exam patient. Posted By: Children's Specialty Group, Dr. Frank Chocano
    Monday, April 12, 2021

    When Is a Cough More Than Just a Cough?

    A chronic cough can be bothersome and severe cases can trigger vomiting, lightheadedness, and even rib fractures. Learn when your child's cough needs treatment. Read full post>>

    A small boy suffering from illness bronchial asthma getting treatment with aerosol inhaler Posted By: Children's Specialty Group, Dr. Cynthia Kelly
    Thursday, March 25, 2021

    Spring Allergies Collide with Easing of Pandemic Restrictions

    Pandemic restrictions brought both the good and bad to patients who suffer from asthma and allergies. Protect children from asthma flare-ups with these tips. Read full post>>

    Mother comforting her child. Posted By: Children's Specialty Group, Dr. David Darrow
    Thursday, February 18, 2021

    Chronic Nosebleeds: What To Do and When To Seek Help

    Even the most careful children can get a bloody nose. In this blog, Dr. David Darrow shares what to do and when to seek help if your child gets a nosebleed. Read full post>>

    Dad making peanut butter sandwich for his child Posted By: Children's Specialty Group, Dr. Angela Duff Hogan
    Tuesday, February 09, 2021

    Prevent Peanut Allergies by Introducing Peanuts Early

    Studies have shown that early introduction of peanut-containing foods reduces the chances of a child having a peanut allergy. Read what new studies recommend. Read full post>>

    Mother and daughter on the couch talking to one another Posted By: Children's Specialty Group, Melanie Phillips, LCSW
    Tuesday, September 08, 2020

    Supporting a Child with Suicidal Thoughts

    As a parent, it is difficult to hear your child talk about suicide and even more difficult to know how to help, but there are ways that you can support them. Read full post>>

    african american mother covering sleeping daughter with blanket Posted By: Children's Specialty Group, Dr. Michael Strunc
    Wednesday, August 26, 2020

    Sleeping 101: How to Get Sleep Back on Track for School

    Back-to-school season is here. Now's a great time to make some changes so everyone gets a good night’s sleep. These guidelines from Dr. Michael Strunc may help. Read full post>>