One would think that in the 21st century, with the number of studies and readily-available information on smoking and it’s ill effects, that we would see a decline in parents smoking in the vicinity of their children. Sadly, this does not seem to be the case. Parents are not even willing to make changes from […]
What Your Pediatrician Wants You To Know #6 Growing pains are crampy, achy muscle pains that some preschoolers and pre-teens feel in both legs. These pains usually occur in the late afternoon or in the evening, and can even cause your child to wake up in the middle of the night. Despite what the name […]
What Your Pediatrician Wants You To Know #5 Have you noticed that a lot of parents throw the terms ‘lactose intolerance’ and ‘milk allergy’ around very loosely? But do they know the difference between the two?
Boundaries are indicative of who we are. They tell a story about us, they describe what we will and wont stand for. They invite people with similar morals and ethics into our lives because people know what we’re all about. Likewise, if we have no boundaries, or nothing to stand for, we will invite people […]
So, I’ve decided to start a new series called “What Your Paeditrician Wants You To Know”, because, let’s just say I’m privy to some information that I thought you might benefit from. So this series will be all about random facts, tips and tricks that you may, or may not have come across during the visits […]