In recognition of Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month, check out these helpful tips for your teens from our guest blogger, Angela Bishop. This make-up connoisseur and mommy of two, usually shares her beauty tips and tricks on her blogs, Beauty Store Dropout and Nine More Months. With summer around the corner, many people are […]
In a study released this month by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), an increasing number of adolescents participate in “sexting,” which can include sending sexually explicit images of themselves or other minors by cell phone or the Internet. Over 1,500 Internet users, ages 10 through 17, were surveyed about their experiences with appearing in, […]
Due to the potential health risks involved in consuming sports supplements, the American Academy of Pediatrics strongly condemns their use.
Q & A with Dr. Nadia Torres-Eaton, Pediatric Psychologist at CHOC Q: What is performance anxiety in sports? Could this have an effect on my child’s physical performance or well being? A: Performance anxiety is related to what we know as “stage fright.” This is often used to describe the anxiety, fear, or persistent phobia, […]