While I understand the desire to minimize hospital based interventions, I promise that most of what happens on labor and delivery is uncertain at best, and trying to control the delivery process can only disappoint. But, the good news is, after the delivery of your infant there are some things you can plan. I would consider everything you need for yourself and infant.
Children less than five years old are at greatest risk for choking injuries. Kids in this age range love to explore and put everything in their mouth. Because of this, toys and items around the house – in addition to food – can be a choking hazard. Whether your new little one is starting to […]
The winter months can bring colds, fevers, and more unpleasant sicknesses. Learn how you can make sure your kids’ health is in tip-top shape this winter!
It’s almost that time of year – New Years Resolutions! Read up on Dr. Gramma Karen’s resolutions and her experiences keeping herself healthy this year.
Pregnancy is riddled with aches and pains. Here are a few of the most common I hear of, and some solutions to alleviate them. I hope this helps, my pregnant friends!
Many women come to my office in their third trimester of pregnancy seeking a tummy tuck at the time of their c-section and I always tell these patients to wait.
When it comes to feeding your baby, pediatricians and lactation consultants agree: breast is best. Breast milk gives your baby the most optimal mix of nutrients, proteins, fats, and antibodies to help him grow strong and healthy. But will your breasts ever be the same again?
Making sure your home is safe for your toddlers is super important as they learn how to walk, run, and become little tornadoes. Check out these great ways to make sure your house is safe for your toddler.