“Sharenting” When is it too much information?

Many parents like to share information about their children on social media. Proud parents can often share too much information about their children, commonly known as “Sharenting”. It is wise to consider that no information shared is completely safe from...

“Juice all over again!”

So why all the conversation about juice? After all, for generations, giving babies juice early in life has been an honored tradition, one felt to be of great nutritional value. Now, however, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends no juice at all for the first...

Beans, Beads and Q-tips!

Somehow things like beads and beans find their way into either the ears or noses of children. Most of the time they can be successfully removed at your doctor’s offices. But a report from Nationwide Children’s Hospital just published states that about 34...