The Doctors discuss the invisible burden that many moms feel when it comes to balancing their career and their life at home. Also, they address how many dads are not pulling their weight with their at-home duties.
Emerging research claims raising your voice at children may be as damaging as physical abuse. The Doctors along with parenting experts Dr. Deborah Gilboa and Amy McCready discuss the topic.
The Doctors discuss new research about yelling at kids, which found that it may actually harm kids as much as physical violence. We welcome parenting experts Dr.Deborah Gilboa and Amy McCready to weigh in.
Parenting experts Dr. Deborah Gilboa and Amy McCready share strategies parents can use instead of yelling at their children, which could be much more effective than raising your voice.
The Doctors have discussed many of the damaging effects of too much screen time on children yet today they share positive research to show some good when it comes to kids and technology
The Doctors are joined by parenting expert Dr. Deborah Gilboa who explains how allowing kids to spend time on their devices and tablets can actually lead to kids learning more about will power, perseverance, and possibly make them more globally connected.
The Doctors discuss the case of a 12-year-old who called 911 twice because his parents served him a salad!
The Doctors watch a video from Rylee, who says her 3-month-old son Lucas doesn’t love tummy time and his head is getting flat in the back. What should she do to reverse it?
The Doctors are joined by pediatric occupational therapist Lisa Lewis to answer a question from mom Rylee, who is worried about son Lucas, who does not love tummy time and is developing a flat head.
Have your adult children moved back home? Parenting expert Dr. Deborah Gilboa joins The Doctors to weigh in on the concept of “boomerang” children and when it can become something to be concerned about.