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The Myth of Social Media

Last year at about this time I wrote an article entitled “Does Your Phone Have a Bedtime?” It was about the importance of monitoring and actively limiting our children’s use of smartphones. Even more has been discovered and published on this topic since then, especially

The Importance of Having a Medical Home

Growing up it seemed natural that there were one or two doctors that knew you and when you needed help that’s who you called. I’m not sure if I felt this way because I watched too many TV shows about small town doctors or the

Never Too Young to Read

When parents come in with their young infants, I at some point ask if they are reading with their baby. Often times I get confused looks, “You mean I should be reading with them already?” It’s true that your 2 week old infant won’t really

Doctor, Is It Allergies?

With the warmth of spring inching across the Wasatch Front and the return of allergy season the time seemed right to write about a common question I get when a child has a constant runny nose, “Doctor, is it Allergies?” With Allergic Rhinitis (Nasal Allergies)

Parent Child Relationships 5 of 5 – Parenting Styles

This is the last of five blog posts about the parent-child interaction of a girl accomplishing a rope course. Please see the other four blogs. This last blog discusses in more detail elements of parenting style and attachment that influence successful behavior management. In the

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