Posted by: drmolly in website information on
Jan 17, 2010
I've always been an active member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and have written in the past about the content on its Web site that is designed for families. However, the site wasn't really designed with parents and kids as its primary audience and it showed. Now the AAP has launched a second site, HealthyChildren.org, designed just for parents and kids - and it is awesome!
The site is sleek and beautiful and easy to navigate. It is
Posted by: drmolly in website information, prevention, picky eater, nutrition, injury, illness, growth, food, feeding, exercise, development, calories, behavior, autism, attention on
Mar 15, 2009
As the techno-geek doctor I am, I love to offer families good Web-based resources for information. I have chosen the following sites because they are reliable, readable and useful. Enjoy surfing!
Nutrition and healthy eating information can be found on the FDA's new and improved nutrition site. You can learn about portion sizes, amounts of different foods your child needs, as well as strategies to help your underweight or overweight child.
Here are some additional sites, which I have chosen because they are reliable, readable and useful. Enjoy surfing!
A great child development site can be found at PBS.org. You can select information based on your child's age and determine if your child's development is on track.
If you have concerns about your child's school performance and the possiblity of learning disablities, Your Child, a site maintained by the University of Michigan, has
Its been a long time coming but it has arrived! The website I have always dreamed of is launched! In no small part this is thanks to the folks at Skidmore Studios in Royal Oak who have not only helped me figure out how the site will look, but listened and created a site that I can update every day!
As many of you know, I love to write. I started my wordpress blog in May and now write for the Detroit News several days a week too. This blog will