Podcast Episode 3 Dr. Liz talks with a panel of six health experts from around the world. These experts provide parents and grandparents with practical strategies and tools to connect with the younger generation. They also give useful self-care tips.
Your kids need the time and space to process what’s happening around them. They have heard about and perhaps seen graphic video of George Floyd being killed by a police officer. They are seeing protests break out in major cities across America. They are hearing about racial injustices, inequality, and calls for police reform. They […]
Podcast Episode 2 Sometimes it’s difficult to hear what our children have to say. Dr. Liz takes her own advice and sits down with her daughter to hear her perspective on life. Listen as she gains insight into Gen Z, the newest generation.
Dr. Liz provides key information to support parents through the COVID-19 pandemic. It doesn’t matter who you are, what type of work you do, or where you come from. COVID-19 is impacting everyone. It’s wreaking havoc throughout the world and touches all of humanity, so it’s no doubt that you’re uncertain of how to deal […]
Podcast Episode 1 Dr. Liz has an open discussion with her former pediatric partner, Dr. Deborah Chen, about parenting in today’s world. The discussion focuses on helping guide parents through the pandemic and beyond.
This trailer gives listeners a sense of the engaging conversations, different parental perspectives, and expert advice they will hear on this podcast.
Why did I decide to become a pediatrician? The idea first occurred to me when I was in sixth or seventh grade. My pediatrician was Dr. Williams, the son of the famous poet and physician, William Carlos Williams. I was extremely upset after I went and saw his partner, Dr. Martin, who told me that […]
Before the advent of today’s technology, a bully was defined as a person who frightens, hurts, or threatens a smaller and/or weaker person. Cyberbullying has altered this traditional definition because it is a form of bullying that occurs using technology like computers, cell phones, and iPads. Since the bullies don’t have to be physically present, […]
Designate screen free zones in the home. Keep cell phones and computers out of bedrooms since it is very hard for children to resist talking, texting, or surfing the web at night when their parents go to sleep. End digital screen use one hour before bedtime. Set limits on the number of hours for digital […]
Limiting screen time, including television, computers, and smart phones is important in order to provide opportunities for children to grow and develop in other areas. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends limiting all screen time to less than 2 hours a day to encourage activities like exercise, reading and the development of interpersonal communication and […]