Your Kid’s Urgent Care is offering FREE Care to families affected by the government shutdown January 23, 2019 – Government families affected by the shutdown can visit any of Your Kid’s Urgent Care’s locations in the Tampa Bay or Orlando area for free urgent care services for immediate family members under the age of 21 years old.  Urgent Care Co-pays Read More

  There is often a lot of hype around getting a flu shot when flu season rolls around in October. But by mid-season people feel they are safe from the flu if they haven’t gotten it yet. The truth is, the flu could affect you at any point during flu season – even up to the very last week. In Read More

Every parent of a pre-teen needs to know this. January is Cervical Health Awareness Month, and Your Kid’s Urgent Care wants you to know that there’s a lot you can do to prevent cervical cancer. Each year, more than 11,000 women in the United States get cervical cancer. HPV (human papillomavirus) is a very common infection that spreads through sexual Read More

  We’re one week into 2019 and parents everywhere are working hard to keep their New Year’s Resolutions. Every year, over 60% of Americans set goals to make healthy lifestyle changes. However, research shows that within the first two weeks of those resolutions, 25% give up on their goals. Ultimately, only about 8% of people actually achieve their New Year’s Read More

New year, new growth and new opportunities for healthy habits. Here’s a few to jump start your family’s year to come. Refresh Take some time as a family to rest. Not only is sleep important for your kid’s physical and mental development but resting is necessary. Try modeling deep breathing, meditation or calming oneself. Not only will you get a Read More

The holidays are here – the house is decorated, cookies are in the oven, family is in town, and the kids are super excited about no school for two whole weeks! While the holidays are always an exciting time, it is important to keep kids on a regular schedule. Routine is important for children as they grow into young adults Read More

Flu, unhealthy eating and limited activity are all often experienced during the holidays. Big portions of food and sharing are typical of this time of year, getting everyone into the holiday spirit, but can also lead to disruption in eating patterns and the spread of germs and sickness. Keeping your kids and family healthy during fhe holiday season is a Read More

PSA: Infant Ibuprofen has been recalled at CVS, Walmart and Family Dollar.          According to the recall announcement, some concentrations were potentially too high and could be dangerous if consumed. The result of too much ibuprofen in a child could result in nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, gastrointestinal pain, ringing in ears, and headache. Luckily, no adverse Read More

  The holidays are upon us which means parties and events packed with food, food, and more food! Did you know 1 in 13 school children have an allergy to at least one food? Risk of accidental exposure to allergens is especially heightened during the holiday season thanks to the amount of homemade foods that are present at holiday events. Read More

Yes! We see newborns. Being a new parent can come with a lot of excitement. Whether your day is full of surprises or you have your baby’s schedule down to a tee, there can come a time when you are wondering if your little one may be crying due to simply being hungry or if he/she is feeling a bit Read More