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7 Reasons Kids are Fat and 7 Simple Ways to Fight back by Barbara Ficarra Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Tue 30 Mar 2010 9:36am Guest Blog by Carol Torgan, Ph.D., FACSM Overweight Child School bus stops, food courts, video arcades – everywhere we look we see evidence of the often repeated stat that nearly one in three U.S. children and adolescents aged 2 through 19 years are overweight or obese. In a recent briefing on childhood obesity held in Washingt ... Read on »
The Role Of A Therapist During A Donor Egg Cycle by pvedmom Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 15 Jan 2012 12:00am This essay was written by Carole Lieber Wilkins, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in West Los Angeles. A specialist in the field of reproductive medicine, adoption and family building options since 1986, she became a founding member of Resolve of Greater Los Angeles in 1987 and served on the Board of Directors in v ... Read on »
The Role Of A Therapist During A Donor Egg Cycle by pvedmom Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 15 Jan 2012 7:58pm This essay was written by Carole Lieber Wilkins, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in West Los Angeles. A specialist in the field of reproductive medicine, adoption and family building options since 1986, she became a founding member of Resolve of Greater Los Angeles in 1987 and served on the Board of Directors in va ... Read on »
The Role Of A Therapist During A Donor Egg Cycle by Carole Lieber Wilkins as Posted by Marna Gatlin of PVED by Sharon LaMothe Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Thu 22 Mar 2012 12:02pm This essay was written by Carole Lieber Wilkins, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in West Los Angeles. A specialist in the field of reproductive medicine, adoption and family building options since 1986, she became a founding member of Resolve of Greater Los Angeles in 1987 and served on the Board of Directors in ... Read on »
When life is too full: Social and cultural impact on parenting practices by Chris Alterio Occupational Therapist Posted Tue 10 Apr 2012 11:19am During a lecture that I was giving to students yesterday I found myself rattling through a list of gross motor and fine motor play experiences that OTs might suggest to parents and how these activities would promote normal sensory motor development. I started thinking to myself that it was odd that we are socially and culturally in a place w ... Read on »
Can Pilates Play A Role In Combating Childhood Obesity? by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 11 Nov 2013 7:00am By Katy Reeve Any physical activity reduces the risk of childhood obesity but there is a special reason why Pilates is considered for the job. All parents will agree that a child of 2013 is not as active as a child of 90’s. It seems hugging the couch for extended periods has its price! Let’s admit it, technology plus the lack of healthy d ... Read on »
Mainstream & ASD....... Our Journey. Stage 8: Extra-Curricular Activities. by Valerie O. Posted Tue 31 Mar 2009 12:00am Well, we've just had a breakdown and had to stop for another while! Computer Wireless connection issues. Tired "Driver" maybe??!! Driving me crazy (pardon the pun!)....couldn't do ANYTHING. All sorted for now though so we'll get motoring again. So, we're finally into the last section of Our Journey. Well, Our Journey so far that is. We' ... Read on »
Creative Development: Actively Caress Wonder. Play. by Douglas E. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Mon 28 Nov 2011 4:43pm “An artist must actively caress wonder: for fascination, like the desire to play, can be eradicated by the rigors of living.” Eric Maisel “There is a myth, common in American culture, that work and play are entirely separate activities.” That is a quote by Laura Seargeant Richardson, a principal designer at frog design, who “specia ... Read on »
Exercise versus TV: Finding the right balance for your kids by Amanda Patient Expert Posted Thu 16 Feb 2012 6:00am We all want to do the best for our children but generally don’t want to be seen to be making too many rules. With an alarming rise in the growth of childhood obesity there is a certainly a need to encourage a healthy balance, but pushing your child to have social activities can be a real stretch for some overworked parents, so the temptation ... Read on »
The Role Model In You – Howard Brodwin, Founder, SportsandSocialChange.org by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 08 Jun 2012 1:30pm Howard Brodwin As part of my new web series, The Role Model In You, here is my most recent interview. The Role Model In You series discusses how individuals were influenced as a child to lead a healthy lifestyle. It covers who influenced these individuals, the changes they made in their life to be healthy, and the message they woul ... Read on »