Steel City Sights — A Pittsburgh Timelapse Project by Charlie Moscow Media on YouTube. Steel City Sights was made as a followup to the Pittsburgh Timelapse project I made last year. Over the past year I’ve learned many new aspects … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged Cool Video of the Week | Comments Off on Cool Video Of The Week
For parents who are dropping off their child at college this week, congratulations! And good luck! It’s not an easy time for the parents, or the child, as Barnard College president Debora Spar explains: Sending a child to college is … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged College Advisor | Comments Off on College Advisor — Drop-Off Day
By Joan Avolio, R.D., L.D.N., Pediatric Alliance — Arcadia Division. Having a child with food allergies presents a lot of challenges for families, and not only from a nutritional standpoint. In her new book, Growing Up Ben: Living a Full … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged Taste Buds | Comments Off on Taste Buds — Food Allergies
Sarah Kohl, M.D. wants us all to know just how close humanity is to eradicating polio: Sometimes it is hard for us to realize what a burden polio is since it has been eradicated from the Western Hemisphere since … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged immunizations, polio, The Travel-Ready M.D., travel medicine, vaccines | Comments Off on This Close
The 2-year check-up is the perfect time to bring up the subject of potty training. If a child begins to hide behind a chair or go in another room when he is pooping, that is a good indication that it’s … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged behavior, parenting, toddlers | Comments Off on Welcome To The Poop Party!
My good friend John Duffy, a physical therapist who knows a thing or two about healing, responded to this morning’s post by pointing out one particular music therapist: A musician by the name of Mickey Hart has been using and … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged music | Comments Off on Healing With Music
Elizabeth Landau shines a light on music therapy and therapist Brian Jantz: Jantz is one of two music therapists at Boston Children’s Hospital, where the idea of using music to help patients as young as premature babies in the neonatal … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged music | 1 Comment
Baby Blues — By Rick Kirkman and Jerry ScottPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged Sunday Funnies | Comments Off on Sunday Funnies ← Older posts