Solar protection during childhood is a way to prevent skin cancer as adults. Even if the day is cool and cloudy we must always use sunscreen lotion. Ultraviolet (UV) rays and not temperature are the ones that cause harm. Clouds do not block UV rays but filter them. […]
April 2nd was Autism Day and the Month of April is known as Autism month to bring awareness to the community. It is known that 1 in 68 children are being diagnosed with Autism in the United States. […]
In the sixties, scientist Linus Pauling popularized the idea that vitamin C prevented the flu. Until today, the market is full of medications and supplements of this vitamin and their sales grow during the months of winter.
The most important thing I have learned from my twenty years working as a child psychotherapist is that kids need to have limits and self-esteem. […]
Speech problems, inability to interact with other children, obsessive behavior: my child is not sick, he is autistic.
Have you get that letter from school that goes: “A kid in school has lice” or worst: “Your kid has lice!” […]
In recent years, people have been talking about the low nutritional value of milk; unlike the importance it is given. But the truth is that, without all the added chemicals, milk can be very good nourishment for the health and the growth of the smallest ones. […]