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Fitness Goals for 2011

Can you believe that 2011 is around the corner?   What are your plans for health and fitness? Did you let that "muffin top" creep back into…

Started by Coach Jenn

0 Dec 12, 2010

When Should You Buy Organic?

“Organic” products and organic foods have become a buzzing topic as of lately. Not surprisingly, consumers are often confused as to what or…

Started by Joanna Dolgoff, MD

0 Jun 2, 2010

Government Refuses To Follow FDA's Suggestion To Cut Back On Salt

What child doesn’t love to eat a bag of popcorn, licking the excess salt off of each finger? Many of the foods we love contain large amount…

Started by Joanna Dolgoff, MD

0 Apr 26, 2010

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

Is Your Child Vitamin D Deficient?

We were starting to think that Vitamin D deficiency was a thing of the past. I mean, when was the last time you met someone with rickets? B…

Started by Joanna Dolgoff, MD

0 Apr 1, 2010

Whole Milk Is Not Appropriate For Kids: So Why Are Schools Still Serving It?

Recently, America’s school lunch menus have been under fire and parents are becoming increasingly concerned about the state of their childr…

Started by Joanna Dolgoff, MD

0 Apr 1, 2010

Is Your Child A "Carb-etarian"?

It is commonly believed that a vegetarian diet is a healthy diet. And that is usually true, but not always. Consider the mother who recentl…

Started by Joanna Dolgoff, MD

0 Mar 1, 2010

How To Help Your Child Eat Healthy On A Play Date

Play dates are a great way for your child to interact with other children, learn to share, build social skills, and most of all, have fun!…

Started by Joanna Dolgoff, MD

0 Mar 1, 2010

The Quest For A Thin Baby: How Far Some Parents Will Go

First there was the airbrushing of babies in magazines and now parents are starving newborns so they don’t become “fat babies”. What is thi…

Started by Joanna Dolgoff, MD

0 Feb 15, 2010

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