Category: Dr. Mom

The secret to knowing how much sleep kids need

By: Dr. Stacy Meyer “Mommy I’m tired” is a phrase rarely heard in my household but not for the reason you may be thinking.  It’s not because I am a guru of sleep and my children are never overly tired, … Continue reading

I’m used to mutant turtles, but mutant lice???

By: Dr. Stacy Meyer As the mother of two young boys, ages 3 and 5, I have plenty of knowledge on mutant species.  From mutant turtles to mutated humans I am well versed, but mutant lice??  That is a new … Continue reading

Kids and race. A conversation worth having.

By: Dr. Shalini Forbis I was greatly saddened when I heard about the shootings in Charleston. In fact, horrified. It felt so reminiscent of events during the Civil Rights Movement. But, it seems that was probably what was intended by … Continue reading

A guilt-free mother’s day

By: Dr. Patricia Abboud Happy Mother’s Day Dayton Moms! I just LOVE this holiday!  Motherhood is challenging in many ways and for many years (at least that is what my own mother tells me).  You are responsible for a little … Continue reading

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