Items Tagged ‘parenting’

Ask the Doctors - Does it really matter if my kids don't eat vegetables?

May 12, 2018

Ask the Doctors – Does it really matter if my kids don’t eat vegetables?

By Ask the Doctors Ask the Doctors

We wish we could reassure you and say it’ll all be OK, but studies have long been clear on the matter. What your kids eat now will shape their health for years – and maybe decades – to come. Poor eating habits have caused a spike in childhood obesity in the last few decades. Today, […]

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Tags: Ask the Doctors, diet, Dr. Eve Glazier, Dr.Elizabeth Ko, fruits and vegetables, healthy eating, parenting


Guiding teens through questions about gender identity

July 31, 2017

Guiding teens through questions about gender identity

By Leigh Hopper Leigh Hopper

How can parents support a child who may be transgender or gender-nonconforming? Research shows that LGTBQ youth have higher rates of depression, substance abuse and suicide attempts; so if you suspect your child may be thinking about these issues, you probably want to help – or at least not make life more difficult. The good […]

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Tags: adolescent mental health, gender, LGTBQ, parenting, teens, transgender issues


Music therapist’s 5 tips for using music to improve health

June 9, 2017

Music therapist’s 5 tips for using music to improve health

By Ryan Hatoum Ryan Hatoum

Music therapy provides a host of health benefits ranging from developmental support for children to stress management

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Tags: featured, Jenna Bollard, music, music therapist, music therapy, musical instruments, parenting, pediatric, pediatrics, psychiatry, psychology, therapy