Helping Your Toddler Adjust to a New Baby

August 23, 2016

Announcing to family and friends that you’re expecting once again will always bring around greetings and wishes of love and enthusiasm! But sharing that bit of news with your toddler? It might just shake up their world and have them meet with a Read More


Kids Diet & Menu: Experts Warn Too Much Salt & Sodium Can Lead to Long-Term Health Issues

June 17, 2016

There is a growing number of children admitted to hospitals for high blood pressure due to overconsumption of salt.


Pertinent Pediatric Advice From Dr. Dan

March 22, 2016

Toilet training!! Ah, the end of huge diaper bags as your constant travel buddy. No more midnight runs for diapers! No more searching for places to change your child, and no more of the dreaded upright or squirmy child diaper change! Yes, Read More

Teen Voguie

Why Waist Training Is a Total Waste

March 16, 2016

A group of girls bundled up in cold-weather clothes huddle together at a bus stop in Manhattan’s Herald Square. Their colorful puffy coats conceal the latest phenomenon to hit high schools across the country. “It’s easier to hide my waist trainer in Read More


I’m refusing to let my son play football, and you should too

February 26, 2016

Dean Zilbeman, a 12-year-old from Murray Hill who grew up worshiping the Seattle Seahawks and Russell Wilson, has always dreamed of playing football. “I really want to play tackle,” says the seventh-grader, who attends Avenues: The World School and is a six-year Read More



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