Episode 120 | November 12th
Children and Type 2 Diabetes
More and more children are developing Type 2 Diabetes. How does this type of diabetes impact the body? What risk factors typically lead to this condition? And what can you do to prevent it?
Episode 119 | October 29th
When Your Child is Missing: The First 48 Hours
Time freezes the moment you realize your child is missing. We have heard that the first 48 hours are the most critical time to find your child, but what really happens during those first couple days?
Episode 118 | October 15th
Celebrating Halloween with Infants and Toddlers
Your favorite spooky holiday is just around the corner. In addition to trick-or-treat, what type of fun activities can you do with your little ones (that won’t scare them)? Plus, our panelists share their strategies for choosing the perfect costumes for their kiddos.
Signs of a Spoiled Child
Do you have a spoiled child? Of course not!!! Seriously though, what are the signs that your child is getting their way a little too much- whether it’s from you, or the grandparents. Plus, is spoiling really that bad?
Toddler Naps: Dos and Don’ts
Naptime is a beautiful thing- for both parents and kids. But how do you know how many naps are needed? And how long should naps typically be? Plus, tips for parents whose little ones are refusing to nap or in a nap transition.
Feeding Your Child: Common Food Allergies
We’re continuing our series with tips on feeding your child. How do you handle common food allergies? If your child has them, how will you know? Plus, tips for restricting your child’s diet and still feel “normal” around other kids.
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