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Kids Of Smokers More Likely To Be Obese?

We all know smoking is a bad habit that not only affects the smoker, but also impacts innocent bystanders. But new studies are showing just…

Started by Joanna Dolgoff, MD

0 Apr 26, 2010

Is Child Obesity Child Abuse?

A South Carolina woman was charged with criminal neglect when her 14 year old son reached a shocking 555 pounds. I am sure that many of you…

Started by Joanna Dolgoff, MD

0 Apr 1, 2010

Foods To Help Beat The Winter Blues

In the winter when the cold weather blows in, you might find it hard to motivate yourself to get out of bed or even leave the house. Shorte…

Started by Joanna Dolgoff, MD

0 Feb 3, 2010

Think Your Kids Are Getting Enough Exercise? Chances Are, You Are Wrong!

The Age of Computers and Television has also become the Age of the Couch Potato. Instead of running outside to play, our kids choose to sit…

Started by Joanna Dolgoff, MD

0 Jan 25, 2010

Restaurant Foods Contain More Calories Than Restaurants Claim!

You can’t trust everything you read, especially if it is a nutrition label!  In a disheartening study from the Journal of the American Diet…

Started by Joanna Dolgoff, MD

0 Jan 22, 2010

A shiny new blog

Do you remember that feeling of accomplishment when you made your first blog? Especially if it was on wordpress! That site can be a little…

Started by Dominique

3 Jan 14, 2010
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Is Your Child Sneaking Food?

At times the desire to eat certain foods becomes overpowering and in an attempt to avoid disappointing Mom and Dad, kids start to sneak foo…

Started by Joanna Dolgoff, MD

0 Dec 7, 2009

Kids Are Now More Likely To Have Heart Attacks Than Their Parents!

The likelihood of our children living healthy, long lives continues to decrease. A new study from the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medica…

Started by Joanna Dolgoff, MD

0 Dec 7, 2009

Are You an Artful Dodger at the Grocery Store??

Or have you been aisle dodged and insulted? Here's one for the dodged and the dodgee!

Started by Amy Musing

0 Aug 6, 2009

Six Ways To Get Your Toddler To Sit At The Dinner Table

Do you have trouble with you child at the dinner table, either dining IN or OUT? Dr. Dolgoff shares some easy tips for solving this problem…

Started by Joanna Dolgoff, MD

1 Aug 6, 2009
Reply by Patty Walk

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