Author Archives for DocSmo

Cribsheet by Emily Oster (Book Review Pedcast)

 

Emily Oster is back with a second data-centered book, this time focused on all things parenting starting just after birth and continuing into the toddler years. One of the great things about Dr. Oster’s books is that she gives parents answers to some of the “whys” behind the advice that they’re their pediatricians are giving them. Like her first book, Expecting Better, Oster breaks down an impressive number of scientific studies into bite-sized pieces for parents to digest.

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Do’s and Don’ts of Raising Smart/Successful Children (Pedcast)


Looking for ways to increase your children’s chances of success in life?  Look no more. 

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3 Parenting Missteps That Can Harm Your Children (Pedcast)

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Knowing your own blind spots is an important aspect of being an effective parent.  I have been watching my own family, as well as thousands of others for the past four decades, and I think I have identified some parenting missteps that might be helpful for you to recognize, as you try and give your children the best childhood possible. Take a few minutes and read or listen to this installment of Portable Practical Pediatrics to find out what I have noticed.

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Money Saving Tips for New Parents (Pedcast)

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Raising an infant is an expensive and daunting task for new parents. Listen to these money saving tips from Doc Smo that might save your family thousands of dollars.

Archived pedcast, originally posted July 10, 2017.

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