Red and Rover by Brian Basset (GoComics.com)Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged Sunday Funnies | Comments Off on Sunday Funnies
Vorticity from Mike Olbinski on Vimeo: Blood. Sweat. Tears. Joy. That’s what this spring was for me. The miles, the grind, the failing, the epic days missed, the lack of sleep, the jubilation, the friendships strengthened, and the time away … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged Cool Video of the Week | Comments Off on Cool Video Of The Week
Deborah Rotenstein, M.D. Pediatric Alliance — Endocrinology (12 years) Birthplace: Brooklyn, NY Education: Flushing High School/ University of Rochester (B.A. — double major Biology and Psychology)/University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine (M.D.) Training: Pediatrics Residency — Emory University; Pediatric Endocrinology … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged Who's Your Doc? | 1 Comment
Yesterday on The PediaBlog, we decided that it would be simpler and more effective to prevent the development of overweight and obesity early in childhood and adolescence rather than be forced to treat it later on. Roni Caryn Rabin found … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged childhood obesity, prevention, sleep | Comments Off on Early To Bed
On Monday, we looked at data pointing to positive improvements in several areas of pediatric health in the United States over the past 20 years: Teen pregnancies down. Fewer kids binge drinking. Fewer kids smoking (the lowest level ever … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged childhood obesity, obesity, prevention, teen health | Comments Off on Damage Starts Early
A recent policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics begins this way: Almost half of young children in the United States live in poverty or near poverty. Stop and think about that for a minute. That is … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged public health, public policy | Comments Off on A Shameful Situation
Back in May, The PediaBlog asked readers to consider a series of questions comparing today’s world with a time not so long ago: Are you better off today than you were yesterday? Are you doing better this year than … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged childhood obesity, healthcare, injuries, pregnancy, public health, public policy, teen drinking, teen health, youth tobacco use | Comments Off on Are Things Better?
Baby Blues by Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott (comics.azcentral.com)Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged Sunday Funnies | Comments Off on Sunday Funnies ← Older posts