August 6th, 2017

Moderately Confused by Jeff Stahler (                              

August 3rd, 2017

World Breastfeeding Week 2017 is being observed this week by people in 170 countries around the world. Obstetrician-gynecologist Dr. Amy Tuteur won’t be joining the celebration which she says exists “to extol mothers who breastfeed and to shame those who don’t”:...

August 2nd, 2017

  The motto for World Breastfeeding Week 2017 being celebrated in 170 countries this week is “Sustaining Breastfeeding Together.” In other words, says Emily Perschbacher, “it takes a village” to support the optimal health and nutrition of the maternal-infant dyad....

June 22nd, 2017

  A new study from the Environmental Defense Fund reveals disturbing findings about commercial baby foods. An analysis of data from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration between 2003 and 2013 shows that baby foods are a significant source of...

May 30th, 2017

A new policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Nutrition recommends that parents avoid giving their infants fruit juices for the first year of life. Juices have a high sugar content while lacking the fiber that whole fruit...

April 12th, 2017

Tainted Formula OR Say No To Chrono     By Brian W. Donnelly, MD, IBCLC, Pediatric Alliance — North Hills.   I remember reading the MMWRs (Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report — the CDC’s weekly update on selected causes of disease and...

April 11th, 2017

    By Sara DePierre, PA-C, IBCLC, Pediatric Alliance — Jefferson Hills.     The CDC has recently revisited the long-standing warning regarding the potential for infant powered formula to be contaminated with potentially dangerous bacteria. It has been well...

March 6th, 2017

  New Peanut Introduction Guidelines — Pediatric Alliance — Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Division   As many of you have read, updated guidelines now recommend that children should be introduced to peanut early in life instead of avoiding all peanut-containing food....


    Ned Ketyer, M.D.

    Ned Ketyer, M.D.

    Dr. Ketyer has special interests in developmental pediatrics and preventative medicine, specifically how nutrition and the environment affect health. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Vermont and his medical degree from Northwestern University Medical School. He completed his residency at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.

    As one of the founding physicians of Pediatric Alliance, PC, Dr. Ketyer served as its president from 1997-2004. He has been practicing general pediatrics at Pediatric Alliance since 1990. Dr. Ketyer and his wife have three boys and live in Pittsburgh's South Hills. 

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