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As a parent, I often find it easier to focus on my children’s physical necessities (food, shelter, clothing, grooming) and social requirements (education, relationships) than on their emotional ... Read More »
There are pros and cons to having just one child. A friend of mine waved good-bye to the camp bus carrying her one and only kid just yesterday and she and her husband were now faced with six weeks of ... Read More »
A general rule-of-thumb I always share with my new parents is that it can be quite common for newborns and babies, in general, to be fussy. This basically means they may cry a lot. Now most parents ... Read More »
The passage of time feels very different depending on your stage of life. In my experience, the last five years have flown by, but that is all that my younger child knows; so for her, it feels like ... Read More »
I’ve been considering hormone replacement therapy for a couple of years now. I started getting night sweats around my period (which still comes regularly), and my energy level seemed to plummet, ... Read More »
With summer right around the corner and the summer heat sure enough soon to follow, I’d like to reprise a blog I previously wrote focusing on some important skin safety issues for our children and ... Read More »
By now, most of you all probably realize the importance I place upon limiting screen time for our children. It’s a point of discussion that comes up during each and every of my well-child-care ... Read More »
You’ve been exposed to Hepatitis A from berries, now what? Here in Los Angeles we walked in to many messages from patients who had consumed Costco’s frozen berries (made by Townsend farms in ... Read More »
It’s sunscreen time. Every Memorial Day the Environmental Working Group (EWG) comes out with it’s list of “good” vs. “bad” suncreen which always leads to some panic. The American Academy ... Read More »
As parents, we are constantly managing how much and how little of everything our children ingest – even intellectually. When our children are very small it is all about food and nutritional ... Read More »

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