Both kids and adults eat out of emotional needs. Kids may eat as a reaction to marital tension or the threat of divorce. Many kids eat to cope with stress and anxiety over performance and perfection issues. Some eat because of insecurities in peer relationships, or they feel rejected by friends. Others eat in response […]
It’s August. It’s hot!
You just need to run into the store for a few minutes to grab a few groceries. Your six-month-old is sleeping soundly and he really needs a nap. Should you leave him be and run in to the store?
With all the news about children dying in hot cars, the Dr. Linda Mintle radio show decided to talk more about why cars are so dangerous and what happens to children, the elderly and even pets when left in a hot car.
To do so, I brought in special guest Dr. Chris Thomson, a physician in the emergency room at Lynchburg General Hospital in Lynchburg VA and also Chair of Emergency Medicine at Liberty University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine. This is a 27-minute interview packed with information and suggestions regarding ways to remind yourself that your kids are in your car! Take a listen.