Children's Community Pediatrics - Bellevue Pediatric Associates, Bellevue Office

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Children's Community Pediatrics - Bellevue Pediatric Associates, Bellevue Office
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Contact information for Children's Community Pediatrics - Bellevue Pediatric Associates, Bellevue Office is:
446 Lincoln Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15202
(412) 761-1190

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Children's Community Pediatrics - Bellevue Pediatric Associates, Bellevue Office has an overall ZapScore of 94. This means that Children's Community Pediatrics - Bellevue Pediatric Associates, Bellevue Office has a higher ZapScore than 94% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is 33 and in the Pediatricians category is 43. Learn more about ZapScore.

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The Down Syndrome Association of Pittsburgh’s biggest fundraising event is happening this Saturday. If your family is looking for a fun-filled day, come out and support CCP doctor, Brandon Reilly, MD, his son Nolan and other children who have Down Syndrome at the Buddy Walk at Highmark Stadium from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Click below to register to join Champions for Nolan or to make a donation of any size.
Team fundraising page for Champions for Nolan


RT @UPMCHealthPlan: MYTH: 8 hours is the universal amount of sleep you need. Find out how much sleep you should actually be getting. https:…

The HPV vaccination is a cancer prevention drug. By scheduling your son or daughter’s HPV vaccination series, you are helping to protect him or her from cancer later on in life. Here are some frequently asked questions about the HPV vaccine: http://www.childrenspeds.com/health-resources/health-wellness/hpv-vaccine-faqs


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Mental health myth busters! https://t.co/5cTKkCejYG


Tune in to our Instagram to get an inside peek at the UPMC Rehabilitation Institute community re-entry program! @upmchealthbeat #RehabWeek

Many children and teens rely on backpacks to carry their books and other school supplies throughout the day. While backpacks are convenient, they can sometimes cause muscle and joint pain when used incorrectly. Share the following backpack tips with your child or teen to help them avoid back, shoulder and neck pain: http://www.childrenspeds.com/health-resources/safety/backpack-safety

Children's Community Pediatrics shared American Academy of Pediatrics's video.
The American Academy of Pediatrics announces its first recommendations on tattoos: https://healthychildren.org/English/ages-stages/teen/Pages/Tattoos.aspx
Tattoos and body piercings are becoming more and more popular, but it’s important for young people to carefully think about the consequences and potential risks associated with these body modifications. For more information, visit us at HealthyChildren.org, the American Academy of Pediatrics website for parents.

David Wolfson, MD, FAAP, medical director of CCP, discusses the importance of testing young children for lead levels in this Herald-Standard article.
In an initiative supported by local pediatricians, universal testing for blood-lead levels may soon be a requirement for Pennsylvania children under age 2.