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Home Allergens with Doctor on Demand

When I was 24, living in New York, I’d see people around this time of year wearing face masks on the street – like at any moment they were going to have to perform a surgery. It was both disconcerting and hilarious. I put them in the same category as the people who wore their… Read More

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Traveling with kids

Parenting breeds vulnerability. The more you love, the more you have to lose. So, as a parent of two small amazing children, trust me when I say that I feel vulnerable. Traveling as a family for a month means that you are without a few things: 1. Your bed (or crib), 2. Your daily routine, and 3. Your ‘people’, meaning your doctors, babysitters, friends – your support group. You may also be without your sanity or sleep, OBVIOUSLY. That’s not to say that you shouldn’t travel, it keeps us young, interesting, cultured and most importantly socially and emotionally flexible.

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Taking Care of The Kids with Doctor On Demand

The internet is a wonderful thing, but at times it does a pretty darn good job of cultivating and perpetuating our fears – especially when it comes to kids. Example: A few weeks ago Charlie had a certain symptom (which I’ll spare you/him the details of because it had to do with his stool) that… Read More

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