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About a third of the young men and women recruited by the army are "too fat to fight." That alarming ... Read More »
A new book called Maggie Goes On a Diet, by Paul M. Kramer, is stirring up a world of controversy before it has even been published. The book is about a 14 year old girl who is desperate to ... Read More »
We are surrounded by stress every day. It is inescapable. But how much of that stress is our own and how much of it do we catch from others around us? It is fairly hard to tease out where one ... Read More »
Because of the fact that an adult child moving out of the home is seen as a healthy transition into competency and adulthood, depressed parents may have a hard time finding support or sympathy. To ... Read More »
As a doctor and a parent of young girls, I have to say this is a must read. Teenage girls who used tanning beds in the 1990s are behind the sharp increase in melanoma in young women. At the American ... Read More »
Around this time of year and right before children head back to school, I will often hear the grumblings about which teacher a child will want for the upcoming school year. In fact, in my own ... Read More »
The end of summer often brings many athletes back into intense preseason training. Although football two-a-day practices may ultimately become a thing of the past, with the intense heat often ... Read More »
The other day, while giving a radio interview on emotional eating on The Exhausted Parents Network, the host asked me how I was able to stop overeating, allowing myself to lose 75 pounds of fat. The ... Read More »
I heard an interesting debate on the radio today about whether or not kids should continue to get 3 months of summer break. There were arguments on both sides from parents and students alike. The ... Read More »
The end of the school year is right around the corner and with that comes the inevitable season of finals. This is notoriously a time of late nights and high stress, neither of which bodes well for a ... Read More »

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