Does it always seem like it’s you that gets it when something’s going around? Well, here’s our Tuesday Top Five on that topic, and a few work-arounds for you to try!
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Guest blog by Gabriel Patel of HealthWellWise.com Keep It Healthy: Eat Right in the Summertime! Americans lead busy lives and are always on the go, which places a premium on convenient, grab-and-go food items that could never be described as healthy. When the family’s all together at home this summer, try to make it everyone’s responsibility t...
Dr. Tucker’s got five tips for you to stay healthy and germ-free (well, at least 'germ-reduced') during your travels this holiday season :)
"Does it always seem like it’s you that gets it when something’s going around at your kid’s school?"
For all the anxiety and demands of getting the kids ready to get back into the swing of things for school, we thought we’d take this moment to thank our teachers and celebrate the beginning of another school year. Here are the top five reasons we’re glad school’s back in!
Hey there PeaPod! We Peas wanted to take this opportunity to once again say, “Thank You.” You may have noticed our new website and our most recently updated “Reviews” section. In the process of creating this section, we collected the wonderful photos, stories, and kind words that encompass your EasyPeasie experiences; we read many mommy blog...
Acceptance of vegetables and other new foods is a multi-sensory experience for kids. Our goal is to slowly prepare and warm (prime) kids’ senses of smell and taste (derived from the palate) to the acceptance of flavors by early, repeated, and frequent exposures of the palate to those flavors.
In the event of braking, being rear-facing allows for the largest, heaviest part of the baby to be cradled in the cushion of car seat (think of a ball being caught in a mitt) as opposed to flopping forward if the baby were front-facing.
Injury prevention is one of the most important topics that we, as pediatricians, discuss with families. Here in the United States, unintentional injuries are the leading cause of death for children over 1 year of age, and car crashes are always in the top two causes of these injuries across all pediatric age groups, along with SIDS/infant suffocation, drowning, suicide, and firearm homicide.
We’re at the final of our Ten Tips for Getting Kids to Eat More Veggies. The final “E” in our mnemonic is for “EasyPeasie,” and gives us a chance to re-tell you the story of how we started all this dried veggie funny business in the first place! When my sister had to return to work and switch her youngest to formula, we didn’t want to lose the o...