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Your Child Suffering from Stomach Ache by My Lovely Grandma Posted Mon 02 Nov 2009 10:01pm Normally it happens in monsoon season and stomachache is one of the most common childhood complaints that we observe. Most parents assume that the pain in the stomach must be linked to something their child has eaten. However, this assumption does not always hold true. Stomachaches can be a symptom for a variety of ills. In babies belo ... Read on »
DIY Holiday Crafts, Treats, and Gifts by RunEatPlay Posted Wed 04 Dec 2013 1:43pm Good afternoon! I recently did a post on fitness related holiday gift ideas, so I thought it would be fun to show some DIY (do-it-yourself) holiday gifts, crafts, and treats. I love making gifts for people, baking cookies and other goodies, and making crafts with the kids this time of year! Edible Christmas Trees The kids made t ... Read on »
The Warm and Fuzzy Side of Technology by Dr. Erik G. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Mon 07 Mar 2011 12:03pm My 85-year old Dad took issue with an LA Times interview with Dr. Sherry Turkle warning about the inhuman side of technology and the dangers of virtual companionship. In fact, my parents were sufficiently worked up that they emailed me the whole article along with a list of all the benefits of the digital age from their eyes. According to ... Read on »
Breastfeeding Picture Gets Couple Charged with Child Porn, Children Taken by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Fri 31 Jul 2009 11:10am Jacqueline Mercado of Richardson, Texas, dropped off fours rolls of film at a nearby Eckerd. The pictures that came from them, taken last fall, would tear apart her family. According to the Dallas Observer: In one–the photo that would threaten to send Mercado and her boyfriend to prison–the infant Rodrigo is suckling her left breast. ... Read on »
It’s Not One OR the Other by Michelle Halls Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:02pm I’m having a great e-mail conversation with a lovely woman these days & she said something that I thought really needed to be explored. People told her not to pursue the GFCF diet because her child was responding so well to ABA and other therapy. Wow.  Do people think the GFCF diet is a stand-alone intervention?  Or a last ditch effort ... Read on »
So, I Have This Kid... by Carmen Patient Expert Posted Mon 11 Mar 2013 12:00am   And, like all of my other kids, this kid has asthma and allergies. This kid has never had any food allergies, though, other than being somewhat lactose intolerant when she was younger. About six months ago, this child came to me and said, "Mom, whenever we have pineapple, my mouth feels funny. I get little sores, a ... Read on »
Handle Your Kids With The Most Natural Way - 1 by My Lovely Grandma Posted Thu 15 Oct 2009 1:10pm Kids love fun and so does everyone. They like those swings in the garden and even the toys stored in the kiddies room. Kiddies love to meet Tom & Jerry, Popeye, Snooby Doo, Batman & Robin, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and many more cartoon characters in person. They love their company around and all the fun that surrounds them. They love amus ... Read on »
Handle Your Kids With The Most Natural Way - 2 by My Lovely Grandma Posted Sat 17 Oct 2009 10:50am Many parents punish their children for not studying. That wont do any good. As a parent, you’re inducing hatred for studying within the child. Even though the child might start studying because you, as a parent punished the child for not studying, the child wont give his/her best and focus on what he/she has been forced upon unwillingly. This lea ... Read on »
The Funny Things Kid's Say by Dr. Dean Brandon Posted Thu 03 Sep 2009 11:27am Just a quick post today. I may add more to this later on, but it always strikes me the funny things kids say at the dentist. Of course, they say funny stuff all the time. I am just blessed to hear it more often than most because I see so many children every day. Yesterday, in our office, a child recovering from a sedative medication looke ... Read on »
Can Weather Affects Your Kid's Asthma? by My Lovely Grandma Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:12pm Sure, there is a connection between asthma and weather. Some people find their asthma gets worse at certain times of the year. For others, a storm or sudden weather change may cause a burst out. Cold, dry air can be an asthma trigger, especially for people who do winter sports and who have asthma symptoms when they exercise. Hot, hum ... Read on »