Category: Parenting

Question and answer: Cell phones, divorce and autism

Question My daughters’ friends are good kids but they drive me crazy with their constant texting. I want them to feel comfortable at our house but they never put those phones down and it’s irritating when we take them places. … Continue reading

Six ways to respond to your child’s fears

The month of May is mental health month so we have asked some of our experts from our pediatric psychology department to guest blog throughout the month about issues related to kids and mental health! Be sure to check back … Continue reading

The latest study on ADHD

I was rather troubled after reading the latest report from the Center for Disease Control on the prevalence of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).  Based upon a survey of 76,000 parents, the study found that 11% of school kids have … Continue reading

A new spin on the family tree

Often in school, kids will complete a family tree.  But, have you ever heard of a Family Medical Tree? Do you know the medical history that lies in your background? In one of my University of Dayton classes that I … Continue reading

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