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Category Archives: pediatrics

Coming from a family of nomads, traveling has always been a huge part of my life. I’m extremely lucky to have lived in and seen more than half of the world before I was even 12! The perspectives gained and lessons learned through travel are hard to teach in a classroom. So I always knew that […]

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Hey friends! I’m back with a brand new video with Dr. Fernandes! From how to teach your child strong body language to an exercise that helps your children deal with emotions–we cover a lot in 3.5 minutes! Check it out! How do you talk to your children about bullying?   Share on FacebookShare on TwitterGoogle+Pinterest

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I was recently interviewed by the Los Angeles Times about managing screen time for children and families and was so excited to not only see the interview online but in print too! We always worry about screen time for our children, but are we modeling healthy habits as well? I talked with Michelle Maltais of […]

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Every pediatrician has ten common questions new parents always ask. So I teamed up with Dr. Danielle Fernandes and answered the questions we always get from new parents. If you are a new parent, then this is for you! And if you know a new parent, pass this video along to them. They will thank […]

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Image via famveldman/bigstock.com As a pediatrician, I know how to prescribe medication, but it was only until I became a mother that I truly began to understand the challenges of actually giving medication to children. Now let’s face it. Most children hate taking medication and will do anything to avoid it. But there are a […]

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