A short list of museums, parks, a restaurants in the area that are kid friendly.
“When was the last time your child sat down at the dinner table and said, “Gee, thanks for this delicious plate of healthy food! Can I have seconds?” We can’t promise these tips will convert your picky eater into a fruit and vegetable fan, but they should make good food choices more attractive for everyone.”
Did you know that lactation consultant Amity Rajappa is in our Sacramento office 3 mornings a week to help with breastfeeding?
Need an appointment or have questions? Just call the main office number 916.924.9337.
Feeding your baby “solid” food for the first time can cause anxiety. The article below lists some good first options.
The Mothers’ Milk Bank in San Jose makes donating your extra breastmilk fast, easy, and free!
After a quick prescreening interview, you’ll be sent a questionnaire and free blood test information. Once you’ve been approved they will send you the packing materials so you can send in your milk for FREE!
Fitter kids do better on school tests, according to new research that echoes previous findings.
The fitter the middle school students were, the better they did on reading and math tests, says researcher Sudhish Srikanth, a University of North Texas student. He presented his research Friday at the American Psychological Association’s annual meeting in Orlando. <<more>>
A parent’s feeding style affects how well and what a child eats, and researchers say there are four different approaches. Experts advocate using what they call the “authoritative” style; they say it helps children tend to be thinner, good at self-regulating and secure with food and eating habits. JustTheRightByte.com (10/14)
Well, let me tell you….. The Center for Disease Control maintains a great site that can help you plan and support a great diet. This site is excellent and provides a lot of interactive tools.