My name is Keith Banser and I am a pediatrician. This could be the end of my interesting story, but I would like to share much more.
After graduating from John Hopkins University with a degree in General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, I decided to continue my self-study and became interested in various methods of treating babies. I studied traditional medicine, developed knowledge in pediatric neurology, general pediatrics and other areas. In a short time I became a mother and this event radically changed my life. If earlier I helped my little patients, now I had to take care of my own child. To be honest, it gave me even more motivation to create a blog in order to share my discoveries and tips with others.
Years of private practice as well as hospital work have given me the opportunity to study many different situations and find a practical solution for each of them. Working with babies still gives me great pleasure, and the opportunity to cure them, or just to conduct an examination and tell a mother that her child is completely healthy, makes me think that I have chosen the right path.
There are many directions in medicine, but some of them are quite skeptical, while others are very popular. I try to draw useful information from each area and determine its usefulness or vice versa. And, of course, I share the results of my little research with readers. But it does not mean that I only write about medicine. In my blog you will find a lot of interesting information related to baby care in general, from diapers to other important topics.
I know that it is impossible to be prepared for all unexpected moments, but I always follow the rule: “Forewarned is forearmed.” I really like to read other people’s blogs and find something useful for me specifically. I think this is one of the best ways to learn something new and get interesting information in the 21st century. Therefore, I am always glad to new readers and their comments, because it is a kind of indicator for me. That’s how I understand that my texts are useful and relevant, and this motivates me to continue writing for you.