Having a food allergy, sensitivity, and intolerance can be hard on a young person, as it often leads to bullying and being ostracized. Here are some ways you can help her feel better and make safe food choices. Comments (1).
There is advice for new parents coming from doctors, friends, books, etc. But what does a new parent do when the information isn’t complete, and he’s in danger of getting sucked down the wormhole? Improvise. Comment.
New & Noteworthy: Whether you just like the original HBO “Babar” series the best, or you are looking for something that won’t drive you nuts on that long road trip with the kids, this set will provide hours of elephant-size fun and important lessons. Comment.
Game, set, fun at New York City parks. Thanks to CityParks Foundation, children 5 to 16 years old can receive free tennis lessons. Classes run now through August 8 at various parks throughout the city. Comment.
New & Noteworthy: “Songs in the Shade of the Flamboyant Tree: French Creole Lullabies and Nursery Rhymes” is a book of colorful pictures by Laurent Corvaisier that accompany a CD of 30 songs collected by Chantal Grosleziat. Comment.
New & Noteworthy: In Carrie Clickard’s delightful new book, “Victricia Malicia: Book-Loving Buccaneer,” Victricia abandons her life of seafaring life to become the proprietor of Landlubber Bookstore. Comment.
By Pramod Narula, MD, Chairman of Pediatrics, New York Methodist Hospital
Family Health: If your child is attending sleep-away camp outside of the city, chances are he will be exposed to deer ticks, which carry Lyme disease. Some simple precautions can make sure he can enjoy his time in the great outdoors. Comment.
What better way to spend a Saturday in the Big Apple than reading, learning, and crafting? Now you can at The Scholastic Store, the coolest place to enjoy a good book, meet new friends, and make unique craft projects. Comment.