As a caring parent you want to ensure your baby’s new shoes fit properly, are protective, and encourage new walking habits. Dr. Kapadia has put together a checklist of 7 helpful tips to help you parent like a pro and purchase the proper shoes for your child.
Teaching the alphabet to your child is a crucial first step in teaching them how to properly read and write. Dr. Kapadia shares three key insights on how to successfully teach the alphabet.
Snow globes have been a wonderful part of holiday tradition for many decades. Dr. Kapadia shows you how you can create your very own DIY snow globe with your children that is great for holiday gifts for teachers, friends, and especially family!
Carving pumpkins is a fun and creative activity that any child can enjoy during the fall season or the spooky days leading up to Halloween. Dr. Kapadia shares his secret tip that will make preparing your pumpkin easier, faster, and cleaner!
There are many scary myths surrounding young children and fevers. To help put your mind at ease, Dr. Kapadia discusses the fever facts behind the top five common fever myths.
Need a great indoor activity? Dr. Kapadia shares his favorite homemade play dough recipe so you can make your own and encourage your children’s creativity!
Dr. Kapadia discusses the four most common mistakes parents make during pediatrician visits and what steps they can take to improve the overall visit experience.
Tips from Dr. Kapadia and the Academy of Dermatology proven to help parents safely remove bubble gum from their children’s hair without the use of scissors or dangerous chemicals.
Dr. Milan R. Kapadia reminds parents that effective household cleaners do not need to be purchased in your grocer’s cleaning aisle. Sometimes the safest way to clean your home is to use a child friendly nontoxic solution that you create from natural ingredients you already have in the pantry.
As a parent it is extremely important to teach your child the proper way to approach and interact with dogs. Kids often become eager to play with a furry and happy looking canine, yet not all dogs are kid-friendly. Dr. Milan R. Kapadia recommends teaching your child the following 3 steps for safely meeting a new four legged friend.