Dr. Laura Markham on Peaceful Parenting The Parenting Junkie and Dr. Laura Markham from aha parenting and author of Peaceful Parent Happy Kids and Peaceful Parent Happy Siblings, team up in this series to show you peaceful parenting in action! 1:00 – What are you brining to the situation? 1:24 – Connection 2:25 – Coaching
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St. Louis Children’s Hospital orthopedic technician, Marlon Beverly, shares tips and tricks for showering and bathing with a cast or splint. Marlon demonstrates how to properly wrap a cast or splint prior to showering and bathing while also explaining how to safely enter and exit a bathtub. Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stlchildrens Follow us on
Image: iStock Babies try to get their hands on everything they can, and many of the objects even go into their mouths. They even use their senses for activities such as grasping, listening, touching, and sucking. This is what babies and toddlers are supposed to do and is part of their sensorimotor stage of development.
Through small, neighborhood classes, researchers at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and Promundo-US significantly reduced sexual violence among teenage boys living in areas of concentrated disadvantage. The study, published today in JAMA, is the culmination of a large Centers for Disease Control and Prevention clinical trial spanning 20 racially segregated neighborhoods in the Pittsburgh area
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Calm parenting is easier said than done. In this episode of Mom Docs, Dr. Dehra Harris shares a few tips to help you stop escalating your punishments and start seeing results. We’ve all been there – your consequences keep growing in intensity but you still feel like your child doesn’t care. The reason we’re usually
Image: iStock IN THIS ARTICLE Chewing is the first step in the digestion process since compounds in the saliva break starches in our food inside our mouths. The chewing process, also called mastication, is a skill that infants need to master to eat solid food. Besides helping break food into smaller pieces, chewing helps exercise
Pregnant women may be especially vulnerable to developing more severe cases of COVID-19 following SARS-CoV-2 infection, but little is known about their anti-SARS-CoV-2 immune response or how it may affect their offspring. In a study published in JAMA Network Open, a group led by investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) provides new insights that could
About one in 100 children has a common brain disorder called Chiari 1 malformation, but most of the time such children grow up normally and no one suspects a problem. But in about one in 10 of those children, the condition causes headaches, neck pain, hearing, vision and balance disturbances, or other neurological symptoms. In
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Why won’t you just eat? I’ve been there. Stressed at the dinner table, engaged in a standoff with a toddler. And I even know, once it gets emotional, once the meal turns into a battle, I’m going to lose. So how do we stop it from getting to that point? I have some tips that
Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE If you often find your baby sleeping on the floor, or if your baby likes to spend time on the floor, you might be wondering if sleeping on the floor is safe for them and if there are any possible benefits. Sleeping on the floor is an age-old practice that
One of the most recognizable characteristics of autism is an amazing diversity of associated behavioral symptoms. Clinicians view autism as a broad spectrum of related disorders, and the origin of the disease’s heterogeneity has puzzled scientists, doctors, and affected families for decades. In a recent study, researchers at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and
This article may include advertisements, paid product features, affiliate links and other forms of sponsorship. Some parents just finished the role of in home teacher for the first time…now fitness instructor? The thought of fitting something else into the daily routine is exhausting! But there is always time to have fun. Which begs the question:
It’s been a whirlwind few months for researchers working furiously on COVID vaccines, and for the frontline healthcare workers who were, in many places, first in line to suddenly receive them in the days just before Christmas. But there’s one group that has struggled with mixed messages and unclear guidance about COVID vaccine safety: anyone