Please enjoy this list of 10 healthful hints for pregnancy, labor and postpartum. Much of this information is gathered from friends, students, hands-on experience, mentors and teachers. I strongly believe in learning from others, so please feel free to pass this along to all your friends! Olive oil on baby’s bottom prevents the meconium from […]
A reader asks Dr. Gramma Karen for advice about being a stepparent and becoming a part of a new family.
Many parents report feeling unprepared for the obstacles they encounter once the baby’s born, which often causes distress and feelings of discouragement. Books on what to expect can be helpful but the truth is that the baby has not read them. Sometimes the best help you can get is from someone who’s been there before.
Discover ways you can make your baby shower work and how to make it way more fun than any others you’ve attended before.
A reader checks back in to share how the advice she received more than a year ago from Dr. Gramma Karen helped solve her problem.
Monogamy. Mating for life. Is it possible to mate for life and be happy? Yes, but like all things worthwhile you got to work for enduring pleasure and say no to alluring distractions. Not everyone’s cut out for abstaining and restraining.
Every parent at one time or another has a moment that leaves them wishing they had a time machine to go back and try again, but to really step into the calm, collected parent you know you can be, even when your buttons get pushed, this guide is here to help.
Did you know that on average, Americans throw out between 30 and 40 percent of the food that is produced in the United States? Food waste is a problem for us economically, environmentally, and socially. Families can help address this by learning about the issue, making changes at home, and taking part in a challenge.