Do you find yourself hyperventilating at even the work peanut (or gluten, dairy, etc). Here is a round up of the folks out there who can help!
New Parent Health Advice
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You've all probably heard the warnings about the flu going around.We had questions about getting vaccines this week on our list. As a community we can do a lot to keep ourselves and our neighbors healthy so we're posting these neighborly reminders!
Advice from PSP Parents who have dealt with their child having a blocked tear duct - and even one message from a parent who suffered from this condition herself as a child!
Ideas for kids suffering from the croup.
Advice over the years about whether to circumcize your son.
PSP members share advice and expriences about adenoidectomies, recovery times, and how YOU will make it through the surgery (the kid will be fine).
8 tips to help with cradle cap - those dry scalp scratchies!
Poop on getting the poop out.
Mommy's thumb, mommy's wrist, deQuervain's tendonitis and tenosynovitis, or even carpal tunnel — here's how PSP members handled it.
How PSP members treated diastasis.
Are you suffering from incontinence issues post childbirth? You are not alone. Many Park Slope Parents describe this as a common but a rarely talked about experience. In this article we share what membershave said in the past for dealing with incontinence.
Are you wondering how to deal with a baby with colic? Here are some tips and advice from PSP parents about helping a colicky baby.
No two birth experiences are alike and a mother's transition from labor and delivery to new motherhood can be vastly different. For some moms, moving out of a traumatic birth experience (TBE) never seems to happen. Some have been physically injured by the birth of their baby, and postpartum care doesn't always address these health issues. Other new moms are impacted by anxiety, anger and disappointment as well as full blown postpartum depression. Post...