Pediatrician Katie Jackson, M.D., gives tips on how to handle bath time with children

Ever noticed a lack of information on how to get your child clean at bath time? Katie Jackson, M.D., a pediatrician at Utica Park Clinic Claremore, gives helpful tips on how to wash them safely.

“Cleaning body parts can be one of those subjects,” Jackson wrote. “For newborns, we recommend sponge bath until after the umbilical cord falls off, and if a circumcision was performed, until that area heals. After that, parents are on their own…”

See Jackson's entire Claremore Progress column here.