Dr Mark Rosenthal


Consultant in Paediatric Respiratory Medicine

also specialist in Food Allergies & Disorders of Sleep

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T: 0207 351 8832

E: s.harvey@rbht.nhs.uk

A:The Royal Brompton Hospital, London, SW3 6NP

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Are Second Hand Toys Safe for Your Child?

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Buying or borrowing old toys, clothes and other essentials for your baby can be a great way to save money, reduce your environmental impact or refresh memories of your own childhood. However, your private paediatrician in London wants to remind you that it is important to be aware of the health risks that can be associated with some older items. Most parents are aware that it is not a good idea to use an old mattress or car seat, but recent research has reminded us that older toys can also be hazardous. Read More

Can Children Be Affected by Restless Leg Syndrome?

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Restless leg syndrome often causes sleep problems in adults, but it can affect children too. The symptoms can be slightly trickier to spot in younger children as they are easy to confuse with growing pains. However, the condition can be diagnosed by a doctor and treated just as successfully as other sleep disorders in children. Read More

Are Your Genes Responsible for Food Allergies?

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Food allergies often seem to run in families, but it isn’t always possible to predict who will be affected. However, new research is helping to reveal the hereditary aspects of food allergies by identifying genes that are associated with particular allergies. Understanding the causes of food allergies could one day help private paediatricians and other specialists in London to treat them.

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Time for the Seasonal Flu Vaccine

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The best time to get the flu vaccine is at the start of the flu season, which lasts from October to March. Getting the flu vaccine can reduce the chances that your child will be affected by influenza this year. The vaccine will protect your child against the strain that is expected to be most common during the coming flu season. Avoiding the flu can also reduce the risk of secondary viral infection in children as conditions such as pneumonia often follow influenza.

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