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Bravo to the Big Apple for its new campaign to improve the self-esteem of young girls! The city is spending $330,000 on this endeavor, which has been called the NYC Girls Project. There are bus ads, ... Read More »
Hopefully all of us are aware of the importance of having smoke detectors in our homes. But something I often find lacking is the placement of carbon monoxide (CO) monitors as well; and so when we ... Read More »
“Shame corrodes the very part of us that believes we are capable of change.” ― Brené Brown Public shaming is becoming an increasingly popular discipline strategy for desperate ... Read More »
There is an increasingly common, and in my opinion concerning, trend toward delaying kindergarten for children. This movement has become known as academic red shirting, a term that was coined in the ... Read More »
Now that most students have been back in school for a few weeks, I’d like to think both children and their parents are starting to find their groove, as far as, finding a balance between the ... Read More »
Is it possible that having siblings decreases your chance of getting divorced? The American Psychological Association had their 108th annual meeting and during this gathering, three Ohio State ... Read More »
Keeping up with a child’s virtual life is one of the greatest challenges of modern parenting. Just when parents have figured out how to use Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram a new app enters the ... Read More »
No one knows exactly how the health care system in the United States will pan out. Changes are coming, no doubt, but exactly as to the specifics of these changes and the impact of them, well, time ... Read More »
Although it’s not officially influenza (AKA, flu) season here in the United States, it doesn’t change the fact that a patient I care for, not only looked like he had the flu about a week or so ... Read More »

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