Category: Dr. Mom

Why volunteering is good for the heart

In a society that tends to focus so much on ‘me’, I struggle at times to teach my children the importance of hard work, being grateful and giving back.  Don’t get me wrong, they are polite, mind their manners (most … Continue reading

Everybody’s talking about “twerking” – are your kids?

By: Shalini Forbis, MD So, by now, chances are that you have heard about Miley Cyrus “twerking” during her recent music award performance.  There have been many articles, it even led to a staged bit on Jimmy Kimmel that is … Continue reading

No biting!

By: Stacy, Meyer, MD Recently, Busy Bee has come home from daycare with some little baby teeth marks on his skin.  At the age of 14 months, Busy Bee is in a room of children aged 12-18 months…the peak of … Continue reading

Sharing your child’s health with their school

By: Shalini Forbis, MD Does your child have a chronic health condition?  Possibly asthma, food allergies, a seizure disorder, something else?  For some conditions, such as food allergies or diabetes, there is really no other choice but to talk with … Continue reading

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