September 12, 2016
by Gayle Guyardo (Published: September 12, 2016, 8:21 am) TAMPA, FL (WFLA) — Tampa’s first Family Medical Cannabis Clinic is now open for patients across Tampa Bay, offering a non-euphoric strain of marijuana as a treatment option for children and adults. “In particular the CBD that’s found in the low THC medical cannabis — that’s now […]
September 9, 2016
Although some infant formulas and baby foods may have higher levels of iron than breast milk, breast milk has critical proteins that aid in iron absorption.
August 9, 2016
There are many ways to help facilitate an easy birthing process that we usually consult on when going through a birth plan. Learn some of the options available to you in this video so you can enjoy a well planned birth.
July 9, 2016
Toxins can come from yeast or bacteria. Managing these toxins can come with significant improvements of health.
June 9, 2016
Births don’t always go according to planned. In advance of the birth expecting parents should do research on possible interventions to make sure there are no surprises and feel like they are making the best decision.
April 21, 2016
What is a birth plan? how can a birth plan best serve your pregnancy? Do you understand all birth options available to you? The birth plan is a great opportunity to learn these features and have the most desirable birth event.
March 15, 2016
Dr. Catherine Nutting, Family Nurse Practitioner, Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine When exposed to potential allergens such as trees, grass, or flowers, our bodies sometimes respond to these irritants by releasing histamine, which in turn may cause swelling, watery eyes, and runny nose in those susceptible. Your family’s food choices can have a big impact on how […]
March 9, 2016
Probiotics can be used in many different ways and forms. Learn how to choose a good probiotic for your life and health.
March 9, 2016
Typically a baby is not considered late until 42 weeks. Even if a due date is passed it is still safe to carry a baby well past the due date.
March 8, 2016
Patsy Giarda, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Winter is winding down and spring is quickly approaching. Warmer weather and enjoying outdoor activities are two of the best things about spring. However, for those who suffer with seasonal environmental allergies, it can also bring the struggle of itchy or watery eyes, persistent runny nose, post-nasal drip, and/or nagging […]
March 2, 2016
David Berger, MD, FAAP Question: What is your approach to evaluating allergies and food reactions? Answer: We frequently get asked about allergy testing. Unfortunately there is not a simple answer because there are many types of sensitivities, each requiring its own lab test. Furthermore, these tests are not 100% reliable. Let me start by explaining that the term […]