How to Talk With Your Child About the War in Ukraine by Irwin J. Kash, MD The war in Ukraine is distressing to all of us. Children and teens are wondering what has happened and what may happen next. Like adults, they are better able to [READ MORE]
Drinking Responsibly at College AGE by Irwin J. Kash, MD Drinking is a huge problem for young adults. Most drink and a large number drink too much. Binge drinking (having 5 or more drinks in a short time) is common among both guys and girls. Heavy or binge [READ MORE]
Stay Safe On Holidays Using Fireworks by Irwin J. Kash, MD On any other day of the year, would you hand your child matches or a flaming candle to play with? Probably, a hard no. You work so hard all year long to keep your child safe.... Don't [READ MORE]
Is Homemade Baby Formula Safe? by Steven A. Abrams, MD, FAAP Infants need a specific balance of nutrients—not too much or too little of anything—to grow and be healthy. Human breastmilk contains everything in exactly the right amounts, and infant formula can provide excellent nutrition when families can't [READ MORE]
How to Buy Safe Toys by Irwin J. Kash, MD Kids can have a lot of fun playing with their toys. However, it's important to keep in mind that safety should always come first. Each year thousands of children are injured by toys. Read on to learn [READ MORE]
10 Non-Tech Holiday Gift Ideas to Promote Kids’ Language & Learning by Irwin J. Kash, MD Children of all ages are filling their holiday wish list with things like tablets, cell phones, wearables, headphones, and other tech-related gifts. But it's important to find a balance and [READ MORE]
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