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Using Your Child’s Fitness Personality to Create a Fun Exercise Regimen!

Personality traits, genetics, and athletic ability combine to influence kids’ attitudes toward participation in sports and other physical activities. Help your kids figure out their fitness personality based on their overall personality to ensure a lifelong love of exercise!



If your child is very social, encourage team sports, dance classes, biking, or skateboarding with a friend. These activities will keep your child active and entertained for hours.



For the introspective… Continue

Added by Joanna Dolgoff, MD on November 2, 2009 at 3:17pm — No Comments

Acupuncture and Weight Loss

Last month, a colleague approached me about exploring the role of acupuncture in weight loss. As a traditional Western medicine physician, I was skeptical about its merits. While many of my patients have used herbs and other holistic treatments, I have never been a believer. But, since I am willing to do anything to help my patients, I decided to use myself as a guinea pig to see if acupuncture was something I should be recommending.



First, I did some research. I wanted to know the… Continue

Added by Joanna Dolgoff, MD on October 19, 2009 at 3:39pm — 1 Comment

teens drinking and driving....talk to them again.

I have been trying to write this post for well over a week. I am sure you have noticed that I haven’t posted much of anything along the lines of real writing in quite some time. Today I realized that if I don’t just do it, I may never write again because this is haunting me and any ounce of humor or self deprecation or whatever it is you come back to read day in and day out is being buried under this incredibly awful weight of something so unthinkable and horrible that I am unable to let it… Continue

Added by Stefanie Mullen on October 13, 2009 at 12:24pm — No Comments

Our Worst Fears Are Coming True. America's Children Are Dying.

Our worst fears have finally come true. Overweight teens are dying from heart disease. Pediatricians have long feared that the rising number of severely obese children and teens would soon start to suffer from adult complications of obesity, like heart attacks, strokes, and death. And now it is happening.



According to the St. Louis County medical examiner, a 13-year old football player who collapsed during football practice died as a direct result of “hypertensive cardiovascular… Continue

Added by Joanna Dolgoff, MD on October 12, 2009 at 2:47pm — No Comments

Finally Friday

Well it been a week here..trying to keep the kids busy..sometimes I think summer break is too long but other times I love being with my kids all summer since it seems during the year it so busy with me teaching and them going to school all day and then homework...But this week it normal Florida weather...sunny then downpours so it been more downpours this week so I am really hoping this weekend is sunny...I took the kids to a place called Chuck E cheese which they enjoy going and always seem to… Continue

Added by Sue Turner on July 10, 2009 at 4:31pm — No Comments

Healthy School Birthday Ideas

Healthy Birthday Snack Ideas:



A child’s school birthday celebration should be centered around the child; instead, it has become centered around cupcakes. Parents bring in these unhealthy treats and kids rejoice. Yet with the current child obesity crisis, many are rethinking this caloric tradition. In response, I have created this list of healthy birthday school celebrations. Enjoy them! And please, let me know if you have any additional suggestions.



Non-Food… Continue

Added by Joanna Dolgoff, MD on June 30, 2009 at 1:50pm — No Comments

The Cupcake Wars: As Seen in the NY Times (Plus More!)

The Cupcake Wars: As Seen in the NY Times (Plus More!)

Last week, there was an article in the NY Times about Meme Roth and her fight with her children’s school concerning school birthday parties and cupcakes.



What sets her off is the junk food served on special occasions: the cupcakes that come out for every birthday, the doughnuts her children were once given in gym, the sugary “Fun-Dip” packets that some parent provided the whole class on Valentine’s Day.



“I thought… Continue

Added by Joanna Dolgoff, MD on June 25, 2009 at 9:36pm — 1 Comment

My Blogs

Its difficult enough -- no, I am not complaining -- keeping up with my blogs so, sadly, to blog here at Mom Bloggers too is overwhelming. Please come see at my blogs.



365 Days of Christmas -- http://365-days-of-christmas.blogspot.com/

365 Days of Memories -- http://365-days-of-memories.blogspot.com/

365 Days of Organization -- http://365-days-of-organization.blogspot.com/

All Things Cherished -- http://allthingscherished.blogspot.com/

Cherished Memories --… Continue

Added by Storm on June 12, 2009 at 9:10pm — No Comments

What's with all the Crazy Celebrity Baby Names?

The hubby and I are "negotiating" on baby names right now and it got me to wondering... what's with all the crazy celebrity baby names? Check out my daily post on ChitChatMom.com for more!

Added by ChitChatMom on May 6, 2009 at 10:16am — No Comments

New Daily Post: The Importance of Anchoring Your Furniture to the Wall

If you missed the segment on The Today Show yesterday about how important it is to secure your furniture to the wall when you have a kiddo in the house, you can watch it at ChitChatMom.com. Have you anchored your TV, bookcases, etc. to the walls?

Added by ChitChatMom on May 5, 2009 at 10:01am — No Comments

New Blog Post: Can a Recliner Work as a Rocking Chair for the Nursery?

Mamas... I've got a serious question on my mind. Can I use a rocker recliner instead of a traditional rocking chair in the baby girl's nursery? Check out my new post at ChitChatMom.com and let me know what you think?!

Added by ChitChatMom on May 4, 2009 at 10:05am — No Comments

Help For Parents - - Eating Disorders

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Families Empowered and Supporting Treatment of Eating Disorders...

...is a volunteer run virtual community you must check out if you love someone who struggles with an eating disorder or body image issues.



As described on their website, F.E.A.S.T. "is an… Continue

Added by Kate McLaughlin on April 1, 2009 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Leap into Reading with LeapFrog - Pledge to Read & Win a Tag Reader



LeapFrog has launched 1 Million Reading Hours in conjunction with the NEA’s National Reading Month, to bring attention to literacy and to encourage families to make time to read together. By pledging to set aside at least 10 minutes a day, we, as parents can contribute to the national goal of 1 million reading hours committed. More important, we can reinforce the importance of shared reading time in our own family. All participants will receive… Continue

Added by Stacie in Atlanta on March 23, 2009 at 9:04pm — No Comments

Greening from the ground up

Raising your child to appreciate the natural life is not as easy as one would expect. In our society we have become addicted to chemicals and convenience. I have no doubt that this addiction, like any, will be the one to do us in. It's sad but true that advertising companies begin targeting your child as young as one and that by three they will be able to recognize the majority of brands and start asking for them. My child has never set foot inside a Wal-Mart and has eaten at McDonald's twice… Continue

Added by Sarah on November 20, 2008 at 9:30am — No Comments

First Time PTO board member

Okay, so we had our last PTO planning meeting before the first day of school and I think we got the year in order. We met at a local mexican restaurant which was great because I don't think there's any better way of getting to modivated and productive than doing it over food. I'm always hungry! So anyway, I still don't really know what the role of the PTO Vice president is supposed to be. All I really do is throw out a few ideas and opinion and take notes. I can already see that this year is… Continue

Added by Kay on July 31, 2008 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Working Women: Time Management Tips for Work at Home Moms

It can be tricky trying to balance work and family under the same roof - but with a few smart time management tips, you can perform the balancing act with ease!



Tip #1



A good day planner is essential for all work at home moms. It doesn’t matter if it’s on your computer or on paper – all that matters is that it is easy to follow and you use it.



Start by blocking your and scheduling family time first. These dates and times usually aren’t as flexible, so it’s… Continue

Added by Valerie Fitzgerald on July 6, 2008 at 6:58pm — No Comments

Working Women: Performing the Balancing Act? ...An Introduction to Working from Home

Today’s working moms know all too well how tricky it can be to perform the balancing act between work and family life.



And….more and more of today’s working moms are leaving the corporate jungle to spend more time at the jungle gym. But, with the expense of raising kids on the rise and college tuition at record highs, giving up an income to stay at home isn’t an option for a lot of working moms today.



The good news is, with today’s technology, working from home isn’t much… Continue

Added by Valerie Fitzgerald on July 6, 2008 at 6:58pm — No Comments

Working Women: Performing the Balancing Act? ...Flexing Your Work Schedule

Working moms know all too well how tricky it can be to perform the balancing act between work and family life. Somehow soccer practices and band concerts always seem to end up being scheduled at the same time as that meeting with your new client.



And…it seems that, for most moms, being pulled in a million different directions is taking its toll.



Did you know almost half of all working moms say they would take a cut in pay if it meant they could spend more time with their… Continue

Added by Valerie Fitzgerald on July 6, 2008 at 6:57pm — No Comments

Working Women: Performing the Balancing Act? ....Telecommuting

Let’s get started with my tips for performing the working woman’s balancing act without falling flat on your back with Tip #1.



Tip #1 – Telecommute: Allows people who live far from their place of business to work from home for certain work days and be more effective in their position, because they are not doing long commutes. It’s suppose to allow more productive time for the employer and also give flexibility to the employee if they have children.



If you’re like most… Continue

Added by Valerie Fitzgerald on July 6, 2008 at 6:57pm — No Comments

Working Women: Performing the Balancing Act? ... An Introduction

If you are a working woman, then I’m sure you’re all too familiar with trying to perform the never-ending balancing act between work and home life. And, if you happen to have children, then chances are you feel like you’re performing the balancing act of life on center stage….with a big, bright spotlight shining down on you!



Just like the single woman who refuses to “settle” for a husband instead of waiting for “Mr. Right”, working women and working moms alike are refusing to accept… Continue

Added by Valerie Fitzgerald on July 6, 2008 at 6:56pm — No Comments

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