Category: Dr. Mom

Dr. Mom’s unknown addiciton

By: Dr. Melissa King The other day my smartphone took a swim in a clean toilet, no less. The swim was accidental. A valuable lesson for Audrey, my 4 year old. Although I appreciate her taking care of personal hygiene … Continue reading

Green cleaning

By: Dr. Shalini Forbis When you have a child with asthma or allergies, spring can trigger more than the start of summer. As trees begin to bloom and spring cleaning become top-of-mind, you want to eliminate asthma and allergy triggers … Continue reading

Mirror mirror in his writing?

By: Dr. Stacy Meyer Sprout is really into “projects” lately.  These “projects” can range from elaborate pictures with sculpture like paper additions to a piece of construction paper with a few stickers on it.  Recently he has taken to making … Continue reading

The death of politeness

By: Dr. Shalini Forbis This past December I was at WDTN for an event.  The Dayton Children’s Hospital bloggers were there to participate in a phone bank.  As we were preparing to leave the studio, a news piece aired about … Continue reading

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