Frustrated Child at School and What Can Be Done About It
“We adopted our son at the age of 8 and he is with us a little less than three years now. After a few months of a good start in the school, he definitely started experience deep frustration that converted this immature but lovely, friendly, and seemingly happy child into a raging, violent person. But during summer he returns to his “normal” pleasant demeanor. What was wrong and what is to be done?” Dr. Gindis answers this question.
Alla Gordina, MD, FAAP
Feeding problems in a newly adopted child - a case of a picky eater
“Our 12 month old daughter…is the happiest little baby we've ever met. ..However, she will hardly eat anything at all. The orphanage told us she was a picky eater, but boy is that an understatement. …We were expecting a child who wouldn't stop eating. Never dreamed we'd be in this situation!”
Paul Consbruck, Attorney at Law
But I Can’t Do Any More Paperwork!
You’ve adopted your precious little one from overseas, and since the adoption was official there, you’re finally – finally – done with paperwork. You are wrong.
Vitamins for better sight
Your eyesight is certainly not something to be taken for granted. Here we look eat at which foods and vitamins are particularly important to your eye health
Could Your Child Be Dealing with Hearing Loss?
Your ears are worthy of proper care to avoid the necessity of having to use hearing aids or learn lip reading because of deafness. But it is a shame that great numbers of babies who enter the world with normal hearing, through accident or disease, lose this cherished sense.