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Why Yoga is Good for Kids

Little Cecilia Kocan, age 5, sat perfectly still, meditating... Read more

Zits for Grown-Ups

Cafeteria cliques may be a distant memory, but if you’re sti... Read more

Chatting About Online Safety

Nowadays kids of all ages are connecting with friends and fa... Read more

Nuts About Nuts

Holiday vacation time is approaching, and I already feel lik... Read more

The Dirt on Dirt

“Don’t track mud in the house!” “Wash your hands before din... Read more

Family + Sports = Fun

Fitness starts early—from a child’s first steps! When Mom an... Read more

Make Sleep a Priority

  Parents often use bedtime stories and other peaceful... Read more

To Cell or Not to Cell

My husband and I were sitting on the couch chatting one nigh... Read more

Bringing Home Baby

As a parent-to-be, you are probably feeling overwhelmed as y... Read more

Mild Concussions

Recently I had the opportunity to listen to Dave Baron, DO, ... Read more

Concerned about Fever?

One the most common reasons I see a child in my office is fo... Read more

Let's Move

Over the past three decades, childhood obesity rates in Amer... Read more

Plan a Summer Cookout

Some of my favorite summer memories were times when my dad b... Read more

Walking the Middle Path

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a relatively new appro... Read more

Good-for-You Recipes

When I was little, my parents didn’t dress up my vegetables ... Read more

Fitting in Fitness

When was the last time you played with your children—really ... Read more

Planning for Summer

This is the time of year that families think about the end o... Read more

Building Your Child's Brain

Parents are the most important and enduring influence in the... Read more

Water Safety Skills

Drowning is one of the leading causes of death in the United... Read more

Dealing with Distress

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a relatively new thera... Read more

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Many people talk about maintaining balance in life. But what does that actually mean? There are many types of balance: the famous work/life balance, productivity/relaxation,…
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