Category: Dr. Mom

When mom gets sick

Mommy has strep throat. And let me tell you, having escaped the illness for the past 30 years, it can stay away for at least 30 years more! I have simply felt miserable for the past 5 days. My throat … Continue reading

Avoiding west nile virus

The mosquitoes have been terrible at our house this year. Oddly enough merely 15 miles away at my father’s house where there is a pool and lots of landscaping, and hardly any mosquito bites. But no matter where we are … Continue reading

A good night’s sleep… Uninterrupted!

Ahhh… the blissful feeling of a full night’s sleep… uninterrupted!!! Well, ok, realistically it was only 6 hours of sleep, with maybe only a bit of interruption by the 3 year old wanting to snuggle, but still… more sleep then … Continue reading

Adjusting your teens sleep cycle for school

As summer draws to a close and school time nears, it is time to reset those teenagers sleep cycle so that they can better conform to the hours of the school day. I am daily seeing teenagers in my practice … Continue reading

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