Guest Posts

Our invited Guest Bloggers share their Perspective on children's health and parenting. Their view point may be different than Dr. Greene's, but each guest has a valuable view point. Well worth reading!

    Happy family with dad, son, daughter and mom looking at the camera and smiling. Does one of them suffer from tics? What are tics triggers?
    By: Sheila DeMare 6 Comments
    Puzzled by Tics and Twitches? Help Could be Right Under Your Nose

    More kids have twitches and tics than ever! Just as we are seeing more childhood conditions like allergies, food sensitivities, ADHD, and autism, studies confirm that there are also more youngsters wi…

    Child in orange parka and backpack walking through the snow. Winter wellness tips for kids.
    By: Dr. Smita 0 Comments
    Winter Wellness Tips for Kids

    As a pediatrician, I take care of sick children throughout the year. But the winter season brings airborne winter viruses that make children prone to getting sick all season long. This is especially t…

    Child using a tablet. Digital on-ramps help teach kids the best way to use tech.
    By: Diana Graber 0 Comments
    Raising Humans in a Digital World? Use Digital On-Ramps

    When I set out to write Raising Humans in a Digital World: Helping Kids Build a Healthy Relationship with Technology, one thing I knew for sure — parents don’t need to be assaulted with mo…

    Newborn baby girl in hospital isolet. Time for a baby gut check.
    By: Tanya Altmann MD 0 Comments
    Baby Gut Check: Is baby’s gut getting the head start nature intended?

    For parents who aren’t familiar with the infant gut microbiome, it’s important to note that nature intended for a specific strain of good gut bacteria called B. infantis to outgrow bad bac…

    Dad trying to close kids laptop for digital media vacation.
    By: Diana Graber 0 Comments
    Ready or Not! Kids Home for the Holidays Will Turn To Technology

    It’s that time of the year again. Kids will be on vacation with “nothing to do.” These days, activities that fill that free-time void no longer include long walks in the park, daydre…

    Child in physical therapy for Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment.
    By: Dr. Khalaf 0 Comments
    Perspectives on a journey with Leukemia: Side effects of Vincristine and Physical therapy management

    I can still remember the chilling and heartrending moment, 11:00pm on Wednesday night of January 20th, 2016, when I received a call from our pediatrician to learn that my beautiful healthy twelve-year…

    Sad child in winter scarf and hat. Holiday Depression
    By: Sonia Bell 0 Comments
    How to Recognize Your Child is Suffering from Holiday Depression

    The holidays are supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year. However, it is not always true, for kids or adults. Your kids may not spend the holiday being in all smiles and having fun. Sometim…

    Couple holding hands during birth process. Is mom passing along B. infantis?
    By: Tanya Altmann MD 0 Comments
    Meet B. infantis, the Good Gut Bacteria ALL Moms Should Know

    The infant gut microbiome is made up of thousands of different bacterial strains. Some of these strains are considered “good” and can help build important things like immunity and metabo…

    Kids and dad doing chores around the house.
    By: Sheila DeMare 5 Comments
    Help with the Laundry? You’ve Gotta Be Kidding!”

    I can still see the stunned look on my 6-year-old’s face when I asked him to help me with laundry. He was downright appalled. In his mind, this was clearly my job. After all, he was “just …

    Kids Tech Gifts - Dad and kid on tech gadgets sids by side
    By: Diana Graber 0 Comments
    Tech Gifts for Kids: To Buy Or Not To Buy?

    Are you thinking of buying kids tech gifts his season? If so, you are not alone. Last year, gaming devices, smartphones, tablets and more were some of the season’s hottest gifts for kids, in fac…

    Young boy measure glucose level from a drop of blood. Childhood diabetes.
    By: Chandler Coleman 0 Comments
    The Early Signs & Symptoms of Childhood Diabetes

    Did you know that over 30 million Americans currently suffer from diabetes? Many are misinformed about what diabetes is, and how it affects the human body. Diabetes is a disorder of the human metaboli…

    Anxious boy.
    By: Adrian Szasz 0 Comments
    5 Anxiety-relieving Herbs for Kids

    Is your child stressed out lately? Or perhaps your child is suffering from a chronic issue? Sometimes, the reason your child is anxious isn’t quite clear. It could be an external factor, or it c…

    young woman looking at the ocean. Has she had her annual mammogram?
    By: Chandler Coleman 0 Comments
    A Question for All Moms: Have You Had Your Annual Mammogram?

    Did you know breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women? And on top of being one of the most common cancers, breast cancer is one of the most commonly misdiagnosed. Sometimes this is…

    Boy with headphones playing on a tablet. Raising humans in a digital world is tough!
    By: Diana Graber 0 Comments
    The Secret to Raising Humans in a Digital World? A Strong Foundation

    This is Part 1 in a series of posts about helping children build a safe and healthy relationship with technology. What kind of kids do you want to raise? If you were to ask parents around the world th…

    Red hot water bottle on a belly. Leaky gut.
    By: Annie Salsberg ND 1 Comments
    How to Spot Leaky Gut Syndrome in Kids – and How to Encourage Healing

    There’s been a lot of talk lately about a condition called “leaky gut”. Some common signs and symptoms may include chronic congestion, eczema, and ongoing digestive discomfort. So if…

    Young girl, hold her paint covered hands in front of her face. Dementia in Children- Is that even a thing?
    By: Alycia Gordan 2 Comments
    Dementia in Children — Is that even a thing?

    Dementia has a reputation for enrolling only the elderly under its fold. 1 in 10 people aged 65 or above have Alzheimer’s disease, the most common type of dementia. Only about 5% of the five mil…

    Romantic Teen couple sitting on yellow benches. Must-Know Birth Control Info.
    By: Kimberly Wolf, M.Ed. 0 Comments
    Must-Know Birth Control Info

    Sexual activity can be fun and meaningful (this is why people do it!), but oral, anal, and vaginal sex can also result in sexually transmitted diseases, and some kinds of sexual activities can lead to…

    Variety of Packaged Snack Foods which can lead to bad eating habits.
    By: Nisha Baghadia 0 Comments
    A Guide To Breaking Your Bad Eating Habits

    Does everyone in your family sit together at the dining table for a meal? If your answer is ‘no’, that’s probably not the only bad eating habit you are indulging in. Do you love turning …

    Mother and daughter looking at a koi pond in their family backyard.
    By: Charlene Gonzales 0 Comments
    Your Guide to a Fun-Filled Family Backyard

    Today’s kids spend more time in passive play than ever before. They choose to watch television, play video games, and surf the internet on their laptops or using a mobile device. While this is b…

    Mother and teenage daughter talking about STD prevention
    By: Angeline Licerio 0 Comments
    STD Prevention: How Parents Can Help their Children Skip the Pain of Sexually Transmitted Diseases

    Every parent in the world wants to slow down the time when they need to talk to their child about the “birds and the bees”. But no matter how awkward it may be, it is one of the most impor…