Sat Dec 20 2014

Healthy Living Tips

Anorexia in Children

Posted in Men's Health, Mental Health, Parenting & Pregnancy, Pediatrics, Women's Health

Anorexia can occur in children. Basically, what we find is that at the younger ages, they start to develop their body image and thoughts about diet and about food. What you need to consistently do is tell your children that they need to be healthy, not that they need to be thin. If you drive [&hellip

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Bringing a New Baby Home to Other Siblings

Posted in Men's Health, Parenting & Pregnancy, Pediatrics, Women's Health

Welcoming the new baby can be a big deal. It’s a big deal for the family, but it’s very big for other siblings. What you need to do when a baby is coming is let the younger siblings, especially the ones three or four years older than the new baby, have an opportunity to become [&hellip

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Evaluating Swallowing Difficulties

Posted in Men's Health, Pain & Stress, The Body, Women's Health

Swallowing problems can be a sign…a sign that there are difficulties that need to be dealt with. What happens with swallowing problems, often, is there could be a problem with the esophagus. There could be a problem with how you process food. One of the things I think that’s really important is that if you [&hellip

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Team Sports and Overuse Injuries

Posted in Fitness, Men's Health, Parenting & Pregnancy, Pediatrics, The Body, Women's Health

Overuse injuries occur all the time in adults, but they can occur in children as well, especially as children are playing more and more team sports. The problem is this. When children played and they were playing on their own devices, they would stop when things hurt. But now that they’re in team sports and [&hellip

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Check for High Blood Pressure in Teens

Posted in Health Conditions, Men's Health, Parenting & Pregnancy, Pediatrics, Women's Health

You know, we don’t talk about it a lot, but blood pressure is a big issue in young adults and teens. The problem is it’s often not diagnosed. Many doctors don’t really worry about it in that age group. But if you think about it, blood pressure, high blood pressure, is a silent condition and [&hellip

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