Health and Diet

The Art of Inclusion

Inclusion is defined as the action or state of including or being included within a group or structure. This means that children have a sense of belonging whether with their peers, family, school, or the larger...

Tips and Tricks to Switching Your Child’s Doctor

February 1, 2022 A pediatrician plays such an important role in your child’s physical and mental health as they are growing up. They are the child’s primary point of contact when it comes to their well-being...

From The Bookshelf – Fit for February Reads

February 1, 2022 It’s February, which means Carnival season is in full swing, Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and most Americans have officially given up on their New Year’s resolutions. This year, hea...

Meet Nola Family’s 2022 Top-Notch Docs!

February 1, 2022 Meet local healthcare professionals and practices – all dedicated to family health, including psychology, speech and hearing, dental, psychiatry, brain injuries, autism, and more. FAMILY BEHA...

Staying “Green” During the Pandemic

November 1, 2021 As a conscientious mother, New Orleans resident Jennifer Bogart makes daily efforts to live a “green” lifestyle. Her family recycles, they turn off lights when not in the room, and Jennifer ...

What’s the Update on COVID-19?

October 1, 2021 My son, the confirmed lounge lizard, recently made the surprising announcement that he was joining his high school cross country running team this fall. A few days later, he added another surpr...

Learning Years – Poop Withholding

April 1, 2021 What To Do When Your Child Refuses To Go  Every parent will agree that toilet learning is best when it is a natural process. A child will observe and do it when they are old enough and emotional...

Wiggle Room – Autism Spectrum Disorder

April 1, 2021 How to recognize the signs and early intervention  The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring (ADDM) Network began tracking the prevalence of Autism S...

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