Dr. Shapiro completed his undergraduate education at UC San Diego, earning a B.S. in Biochemistry and Cell Biology, and a B.A. in Political Science. He furthered his education at UCLA where he earned a Masters Degree in Public…
I guess I shouldn’t be surprised, but I am. But, in respect to the potential life saving properties provided by this product, I feel some obligation to bring to light these first of its kind ... Read More »
I’m sure many of you have heard my rants about the direction our health care system is going. You’ve heard my concerns of the number of children who are under-insured or who have no insurance ... Read More »
Well, until recently, I’ve always described juices as being pretty much empty calories. Parents so very often ask when they can start them or where they fit in with their children’s diet, and I ... Read More »
I know, I know, this sounds like the same old theme I bring up from time-to-time. “TV is bad and books are good.” But, I thought this time around, I’d share with you all some sobering data ... Read More »
The recent allegations of child-sexual abuse involving Jerry Sandusky, an ex-Penn State football coach, have turned our world upside down over the past couple of weeks. As more details emerge, it is ... Read More »
Part two of a two-part series, the list below includes a not-so-serious take on things… Enjoy.
1. “How come you never get sick?” Automatically, that is the “kiss of death” as an ... Read More »
Part one of a two-part series, the list below includes a more serious take on things.
1. “I realize it’s only been 1 day of cough and runny nose, but I know an antibiotic will ... Read More »
I recently came across news around newest hallucinogenic drug, Bromo-DragonFLY. Nearly similar in potency to LSD but with an extremely long duration of action (even up to several days), I’m sure ... Read More »
I think it’s pretty safe to say that most of us are aware of sleep apnea, but sleep apnea also happens in children. In the adult world, if not identified and treated appropriately, sleep apnea is ... Read More »
Just a few nights from now, many of our children will be dressing for the yearly pastime of trick-or-treating. But as with holiday, it is so important we remind ourselves of some important safety ... Read More »
New guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) state physicians should now begin evaluating children for ADD/ADHD as early as age 4 based on recent research and evidence saying the ... Read More »

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