Dr Mark Rosenthal


Consultant in Paediatric Respiratory Medicine

also specialist in Food Allergies & Disorders of Sleep

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T: 0207 351 8754

E: s.harvey@rbht.nhs.uk

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

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How To Identify A Milk Allergy

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Cows’ milk is one of the most common causes of food allergies in children. It is usually identified as soon as cows’ milk is introduced into the diet, which could be in formula or when your baby is being weaned. In rare cases, proteins from cows’ milk can even reach your baby through your breast milk. The good news about milk allergies in children is that they will often disappear with age. Most children will lose their milk allergy by the age of five. Read More

Why Do Children Wake Up In The Night?

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Sleep disorders in children come in many forms, but one of the most common issues is that children keep waking up. Waking up at night isn’t usually a problem. We all wake occasionally as we move through our normal sleep cycles. However, we usually drift straight back to sleep again, so we often aren‘t aware that we’ve been awake at all. Even if we have to get up to use the bathroom or fetch a drink of water, we’re usually able to fall back to sleep again quickly. The problem arises when a child can’t go back to sleep by themselves. Read More

Coping with Air Pollution

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Air pollution is a significant problem for anyone living in a town or city, but it can be particularly troubling if you have a child with a lung condition such as asthma. Air pollution levels in the UK are generally low enough, in most places, for children to walk or play outside with no problems, but sometimes extra care is needed. The treatment provided by your respiratory pediatrician can help, but you should still be careful. Read More

What is the Difference Between Bronchitis and Bronchiolitis?

Bronchitis and bronchiolitis are easy to confuse because they sound so similar. However, this similarity is not because of any link between the conditions themselves, but rather because they affect similarly named structures in the lungs. If your respiratory consultant tells you that your child has bronchitis, it means something very different to bronchiolitis. Read More

Why Is Your Child Scared of the Doctor?

Many children feel anxious when they have a doctor’s appointment, even when it is just a routine visit to your private paediatrician in London. The best way to overcome these anxieties is to find out their cause. Once you know why your child is afraid of going to the doctor, you can find a way to reassure him or her. Read More