02/27/2021 ● By Sandy Kauten
What is the “Field of Dreams” theory all about when it comes to ecology?Read More »
Spinal Muscular Atrophy
02/20/2021 ● By Trudy Citovic
Understanding this rare condition, and one Oregon family’s journey, and first-person perspective.Read More »
Family Health Q&A
02/04/2021 ● By Sudeshna Banerjee, MD
February is Women's Heart Health Month... and with our health in the forefront, heart health is of the utmost importance. This months Q&A series takes a look at signs and symptoms not to ignore.Read More »
Love Is in The Air !
02/04/2021 ● By Tanni Haas, Ph.D.
Parents are not generally comfortable with the idea of their teen dating; but it’s a fact of life, and better for everyone involved when it’s acknowledged and accepted, rather than denied.Read More »
Dental Care At Home
02/04/2021 ● By Dr. Tara Paluska, DDS
As the COVID-19 pandemic goes on, some of our home health care dental routines may have been neglected. It’s understandable.Read More »
Building Your One’s Brain Power
01/01/2021 ● By Parenting Now
One-year olds are eager and curious learners. Brain development during this year lays the foundation for all of their future learning. Ones naturally love activities that activate their brain development.Read More »
Messing with Mud
01/01/2021 ● By Beth Stein
The ingredients in the recipe are simple: water for wetness, soil for substance, crumpled leaves for texture, bark chips for chunks, grass for green-ness, and rocks just for fun. The how-to part of the recipe is also pretty straightforward – dig, dump, stir, mush, squoosh, pour, pound.Read More »
Surviving and Thriving on a Single Income Budget
01/01/2021 ● By Christa Melnyk Hines
Life is expensive. Life with kids is even more expensive. So how do some parents who rely on one income not only survive, but still find ways to create a happy, well-rounded life for their families?Read More »
Coping with Distance Learning Burnout
01/01/2021 ● By Pilar Bradshaw, M.D., F.A.A.P.
Distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic looks and feels very different to students, teachers and parents. Long hours in front of a screen, challenges with technology and difficulty mastering new material can be overwhelming to some children.Read More »
Inspiring Generosity in Children
12/01/2020 ● By Pilar Bradshaw, M.D., F.A.A.P.
Generosity is a trait most parents would like to see instilled in their children. Teaching kids to serve and give to others builds character and empathy. It also releases chemicals in the brain that stimulate reward pathways and creates a feeling of joy.Read More »