Nurturing Tips

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  • The Parent Detective

    The following post is the final installment of a five-part series describing the various stages of a baby’s cognitive development. As parents, you get to be detectives, solving the ever-changing mystery of what will make your baby smile. And the clues you unearth are also the best clues to the developmental tasks that are important for your baby to learn next.

  • How to Keep Toys Clean Without Using Toxic Chemicals

    All parents know it’s a pain, but needs to be done. Your child’s toys get sticky and dusty and germy and they simply must be cleaned. But, what’s the best and safest method? How often should you do it? Here’s a quick guide.

  • 10 Tips for Alleviating Baby’s Separation Anxiety

    Most healthy babies and toddlers exhibit at least one phase of stranger/separation anxiety as part of normal development.

  • The Top 10 Do’s and Don’ts for New Parents

    Once you become a parent, there are no limits to how much advice you’ll get. There are books and websites and brochures and neighbors and family and strangers - everywhere you turn, you’ll find solicited and unsolicited (and sometimes offensive) advice.

  • Natural vs. Organic and What’s Best for Your Baby

    With people’s increasing awareness about the health risks posed by pesticides, GMOs, and synthetic hormones used in conventional agriculture, more food companies are taking steps to bump up the natural factor of their products.

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Dr. Greene

Dr. Greene is a practicing pediatrician, author, speaker, children’s health advocate, and father of four.

Dr. Levine

Dr. Alanna Levine is a New York based pediatrician and a mom of two children.