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Friday, September 8, 2017

What If It’s Appendicitis? Answering Parents’ Stomach Ache Concerns

A month ago, I had a little boy come into my office. He was hunched over, and telling me about his stomach pain. None of his symptoms were very specific. Mom said that he hadn’t felt well the past several days. He vomited once. He had a low-grade temperature a few days before that returned [...]

Friday, September 1, 2017

Why Nurses Are Outraged Over Violent Arrest Of A Utah Nurse Defending Her Patient

I woke up this morning to a disturbing and saddening video of Salt Lake City Nurse, Alex Wubbels, being dragged out of her hospital and into a police car. Why was this Utah nurse arrested? What did she do? Her job. Utah Nurse Arrested While Defending Her Patient In the below video, you can clearly [...]

Thursday, August 31, 2017

My Kid Has A Stomach Ache, Should I Be Worried?

One of the most common ailments I treat in pediatrics is childhood stomach pain. In fact, at one point or another, all children will experience a stomach ache. I find that many of the parents I work with are unsure what to do when this happens. Since a stomach ache can be caused by anything [...]

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Charlottesville And How To Teach Your Children About Racism Now

After the events in Charlottesville this weekend, I have deeply mourned the brokenness, division, and hatred we've seen so vividly displayed. While I can’t even begin to address all the deep pain and suffering, I can decry white supremacy, white nationalism, antisemitism and any form of evilness that fuels these bigoted philosophies. And I can [...]

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Why Urgent Care Isn’t Always The Best Place For A Sports Physical

Before I share a few reasons why urgent care isn't always the best place for a sports physical, I want you to know that I understand. I understand that urgent care is convenient. I understand that you probably have a little-to-no wait time when you go there. I understand that you don’t have to make [...]

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

The Best Books To Read With Your Tweens And Teens

Continuing my best books to read with your kids series, I’ve gathered some of my favorite books for middle school and high school students with this list of the best books for teens. By the time your kids reach middle school and high school, you probably won't be reading books aloud together as often as you did when [...]

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

The Best Books To Read With Your Elementary Aged Kids

To continue my best books to read with kids series, today I'm sharing some of my favorite books for kids grade 1-5 with this list of the best books for elementary students. As your kids get older, they will spend more time reading independently. It's still important to spend time reading together every day, both [...]

Friday, July 28, 2017

Kisses That Kill … What’s A Parent To Do?

No one likes kissing babies more than I do. One look at their adorable chubby cheeks and you just have to feel they are begging to be kissed and cuddled. In the past week, the “should you kiss your infant” debate has re-emerged after the death of 18 day old Mariana Sifrit. This baby girl [...]

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The Best Books For Preschoolers And Kindergarteners

Last week I shared a list of books for babies and toddlers. To continue this book theme, I have a list of the best books for preschoolers and kindergarteners for you today. Whether you are homeschooling your kids or they are attending school outside of the home, it is important to make time every day for reading [...]

Friday, July 21, 2017

In 18 Years, Over 700 Children Have Died In Hot Cars

A report I read this week said that over 700 children have died from being left in hot cars in between 1998 to 2016. At an average of 38 preventable deaths per year, or more than 1 death every 10 days, these statistics are both staggering and heartbreaking. The terror of these situations continuing to [...]