Emma Raizman, MD

Emma Raizman, MD

Emma Raizman, MD, is a pediatrician at Cleveland Clinic Children's who enjoys working with families and children, from newborns to adolescents.

Study: Flu Can Be Deadly – Even for Healthy Kids

When most adults get the flu, they might need a few days of “couch time” for a full recovery. But with children, it can be different. When any child — even a healthy one — gets the flu, the results can be deadly. A new report presents even more compelling evidence of this. This is … Read More

Allergy Drops and Young Kids: Dangerous Combo

With allergy season in full swing, many of us keep eye drops and nasal sprays close at hand — in the car, in our purses and by the nightstand — to treat our itchy eyes and stuffy noses. Medications can result in death if ingested But most of these allergy drops and sprays are not … Read More

Puppy With Cleft Palate Teaches Kids Tolerance (Slideshow)

Lentil, a little French bulldog puppy with a malformed mouth and lips, has lessons to teach your kids. This puppy’s resilience and appeal, despite challenges, shows how everyone deserves kindness and respect, even if they are different from us. If your child has special needs or feels different, talking about Lentil can help your child … Read More

Effective Ways to Discipline Your Children

From a from very early age, children need to be taught correct behavior. For many parents, that means spanking − an approach with which I personally disagree. Physical  discipline is something a lot of people turn to, but it’s not a very good choice for kids.  It teaches them it’s OK to hit someone when … Read More

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