“Mom, we don’t want a baby brother or sister!” That’s the refrain you’ve been hearing from your 4-year-old son and 6-year-old daughter since you broke the news that you’re expecting. What’s behind their negative reactions?
Growth spurts are a normal part of growing up, but these changes can have emotional and medical consequences for your child. In addition to acne, body odor and sexual development, growth spurts are an expected
Good health takes work — we all know that. But did you ever think that the key to overall good health might include a healthy work environment? According to a recent survey, employees who work
Set yourself up for nutritional success by adopting an eating plan that factors you into the equation. The new year is here, along with lofty aspirations to rebuild your body, remodel your diet or revamp
Think you don’t have time for a good work out? Think again. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends at least 150 minutes of moderately intensity aerobic exercise and two days of muscle-strengthening activities
Many New Years resolutions often focus on healthy eating, and one particular diet plan has again drawn praise from medical experts for its ability to help prevent diseases such as diabetes and heart disease —
The topic of childhood immunization can bring strong reactions from patients as well as physicians. We talk with Gregory Sonnen, M.D., pediatrician at Pediatric & Adolescent Specialists of Rockwall, a Texas Health Physicians Group practice, about the
If you got your flu shot as recommended, you might be discouraged by the latest news from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): This year’s flu shot isn’t as effective as experts had
The New Year is here! Are you ready for a new you? Learn about New Year’s resolutions to help you develop healthy habits in 2016.