It seems that almost everyone these days is taking something intended to improve their health, protect them from disease, lose weight, treat an “imbalance”, increase energy, or make them smarter or stronger. Parents are even giving their children a variety
Exposure to lead can have a wide range of negative effects on a child’s development and behavior. And because lead exposure often occurs with no obvious symptoms, it frequently goes unrecognized. Even when exposed to very small amounts of lead levels,
All of my families know that I am a strong advocate of daily exercise. The benefits- physical, mental, neurological, social, psychological- are so many that entire books are written on the subject. The key thing is to help children develop
Parenting an infant can be very difficult, especially when your baby cries often, loudly and does not respond to soothing. Inconsolable crying, and the loss of sleep that comes with it, can be very stressful for parents. Sadly, I sometimes
As we approach the summer school holiday, I want to raise a topic that I think is often overlooked by parents. Living in Thailand means sun exposure is a daily fact of life for all of us. During school holidays,
Summer is coming, and many families will be traveling. The idea of getting into a plane with your baby can be intimidating and stressful, but with a little planning and preparation, you can travel easily. I recommend your baby be
In Bangkok, almost every family has access to a swimming pool. There is no doubt that swimming is great exercise and most children enjoy themselves very much in water. But what concerns me the most is the risk of drowning.