Nature vs. nurture? Genetic abnormalities give weight to the nature argument and five common psychiatric conditions have been found in a recent study ... Read More »
Every well child care visit (AKA physical) I have with toddlers and even on up to the teenagers, I spend a few minutes discussing screen time. And ... Read More »
2011 brought some interesting news from American teens. Daily cigarette smoking and binge drinking among American teenagers declined over the past ... Read More »
Whether a mother struggles with depression, a college student suffers from anorexia, or an adolescent abuses alcohol, collateral damage exists within ... Read More »
People cause intentional harm to their bodies for a myriad of reasons. In general self-injury, also known as self-mutilation, deliberate self-harm ... Read More »
A continuing theme I’ve heard throughout my career revolves around the concern of children’s behavior being linked to a variety of food and drink ... Read More »
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