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Talking about sexuality with teens & tweens

by | September 26th, 2014

Last week I was interviewed by MedPage Today about a study that found many pediatricians Read More

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Toddler behaviors: the toddler who prefers to be naked

by | May 10th, 2014

Yes, toddler behaviors can be interesting and challenging—like those who prefer to be naked—at home Read More

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Starting solids: No, your baby won’t choke

by | May 3rd, 2014

Starting solids can be stressful for parents. Kids are fidgety, throw or spit up their Read More

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Eating peanuts during pregnancy: Yes, it’s okay

by | April 24th, 2014

Eating peanuts during pregnancy seems to ignite so much controversy! Eating peanuts during pregnancy is Read More

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Born To Read: The Reading Ritual

by | April 15th, 2014

Encouraging your child to enjoy reading is one of the most important things you can Read More

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