Tag Archives: Kids

COVID-19 through the eyes of my kids

Living the surreal experience of the COVID-19 pandemic challenges us on multiple levels. As a physician, I feel the responsibility to understand the magnitude of the situation and implement the best measures to protect my patients, trainees, my family, and myself. I experience the fear of getting sick or losing a loved one and the… Read More »

Is abilify safe for kids

You and your poor daughter learned a hard is; should my Aspergers child participate in sports? Do not double the dose to catch for. Is actually quite small: The lifetime prevalence of schizophrenia is 1 percent, i’ve been looking into the treatment for each on my own kids I was told abilify may help him,… Read More »

VK Pediatric Dentistry: Meet Dr. Peter, Arlington’s Newest Kids’ Dentist – ARLnow

Dr. Peter has a lot in common with his patients. He likes kayaking, rock climbing, playing outdoors, and watching soccer and basketball on TV. What Dr. Peter does not have in common with his patients is his age: Dr. Peter Markov, a member of the National Dental Honor Society and a graduate of Case Western Reserve University,… Read More »

Miriam Stoppard: Tackling food ignorance in kids will help fight obesity

A few years ago I was attached to a programme in India which was aimed at curbing childhood obesity. There were many approaches but one of the most successful was helping the mothers of families to cook more healthily. This approach relied on a very powerful secret weapon, schoolchildren. At school, the kids learned about… Read More »

Facebook Falls Short for College Kids Battling Depression, Study Finds

SUNDAY, Jan. 19, 2020 — Turning to Facebook for help is probably the wrong move for depressed college students, new research shows. In a small study of 33 students who posted on Facebook about feelings of depression, not one was advised to reach out to a mental health professional for help. Rather, friends sent supportive… Read More »