The 12-month check up is a major moment of transition. A one year-old is no longer an infant: he is a toddler. You can keep calling him “baby,” but a baby he is not. While the mothers of toddlers can … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged nutrition, vitamin D | Comments Off on Got Milk?
Baby Blues BY JERRY SCOTT AND RICK KIRKMANPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged Sunday Funnies | Comments Off on Sunday Funnies
“Frame of Mind” by Steven AlanPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged Cool Video of the Week | Comments Off on Cool Video Of The Week
Pediatricians Judith S. Palfrey, M.D., and Sean Palfrey, M.D. express their concerns in this week’s New England Journal of Medicine: Prevention is the core of pediatric work. We aim to protect children from all things that can harm them. Injuries … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged firearm safety, prevention, public health | Comments Off on Guns And Children — Cont’d
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and four major retailers are announcing a voluntary recall to consumers who own Nap Nanny® recliners made by Baby Matters, LLC of Berwyn, Pa. Retailers currently participating include Amazon.com, Buy Buy Baby, Diapers.com … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged Recall Alert | Comments Off on Recall Alert
Suzanne Koven, M.D. asks some valid questions: Suppose 20 children and 6 adults died at a school in a very short time period. And suppose there were clusters of similar deaths, many of young healthy people, around the country: at … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged firearm safety, prevention, public health | Comments Off on Guns And Children
Food-allergic children. From Pediatrics: Bullying is common in food-allergic children. It is associated with lower QoL [quality of life] and distress in children and their parents. Half of the bullying cases remain unknown to parents. When parents are aware of … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged bullying, child development | Comments Off on Who Gets Bullied?
Ken Jennings in Parade Magazine: While the child in question may well be unique, the crystalline lattices that fall from the sky sure aren’t. This adage dates back to Wilson Bentley, a turn-of-the-century Vermont man who was so fascinated by … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on The Truth About Snowflakes ← Older posts