Category: Resources

Seesaw is a well-being studio for children and families and an important resource in San Francisco for fostering social-emotional resilience. Located in Hayes Valley, Seesaw provides parent education, neuropsychological evaluations, speech therapy, psychological and other consultation services. Seesaw is the brainchild of Sabrin Gabel, PhD who is a child psychologist and Seesaw’s director.

Are you looking for fun and healthy ways to entertain your kids during the holiday season? Here are some of our favorite recipes and activities to help you and your family make the most of this special time of year. Sweet Treats! The holiday season is a great reason to get creative in the kitchen

Children have young immune systems that make them susceptible to illness, especially when they enter daycare or head to school for the first time and begin to exchange germs with other kids. Most common sickness is minor and can be easily treated at home (see GetzWell’s Guide to Managing Colds and Minor Viral Infections), while

With summer well underway, we thought you could use some fun and affordable ideas to keep your kids entertained. Here are some of our favorite recipes, deals, activities, and crafts to help you and your family make the most of this special season. 1. Make homemade organic popsicles. Summer wouldn’t be summer without a few

Healthy Child Healthy World recently published “The Toxic Takeover of Baby Nurseries: Chemicals of Concern Found in Almost Every Common Product and Furnishing,” a staggering report featuring a long list of toxins in everything from baby shampoos to cribs to wipes and their potential health risks to babies. Also, in just 7 minutes you can

Dr. Stagliano is a physician we highly recommend. He practices functional medicine (like us!) to target specific health issues that many adults struggle with and have had frustratingly little success resolving with conventional care. Check out his website here: Live Fit Medicine

We’re excited to introduce the Guide to Healthy Cleaning, a new database created by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) to educate parents on household cleaning products. EWG has taken a microscope to over 2,000 popular products, giving each a grade from A to F based on hazardous ingredients, potential health risks, and integrity of their

Last month the International Journal of Obesity published a report revealing that “infants given antibiotics within six months of birth were 22 percent more likely than those given none to be overweight at age 3.” This new link to obesity is only the latest study to cast a critical spotlight on the potential long-term effects

School’s out and summer’s in! Time for fun vacations and outdoor adventures. But do go the extra mile to make sure that one of your summer trips isn’t to the emergency room. Keep your kids healthy and protected this season by following these simple safety tips: 1. Cover that precious skin. May was melanoma awareness

New research provides additional evidence of Tylenol’s (or acetaminophen’s) dark side. A recent study shows acetaminophen may be implicated in the significant upsurge in pediatric asthma diagnoses since the 1980s when Tylenol began to be used more frequently (in place of aspirin). The most likely mechanism is depletion of glutathione in the airways. As most