Category: Dr. Meyer

4 Tips to stop sibling rivalry

By: Dr. Stacy Meyer “Stop Fighting”. This has been the soundtrack refrain in my house recently. Maybe it’s the summer of being together more or just that BusyBee is getting older and into Sprout’s toys, but it seems that there … Continue reading

What’s not so terrible about “the two’s”

By: Dr. Stacy Meyer Just a few weeks ago, my baby BusyBee turned 2!  Terrible, Terrific 2! Although there are definitely parts of 2 that can try your patience, I am really looking forward to this next year. As we … Continue reading

What’s the big deal about fluoride?

By: Dr. Stacy Meyer Recently, my family made a move in homes to a more rural location.  This move meant switching from community supplied water to a well as our water source.  Why do I care about the source of … Continue reading

ADHD meds impact growth

By: Dr. Stacy Meyer In a previous blog, I discussed typical growth patterns in childhood as well as predicting genetic height potential.  In that article, I mentioned that many things can affect the rate of growth in children and alter … Continue reading

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