Dr. Tanya was a guest on the Today Show to discuss how to prepare your kids for their back to school physicals.
Dr. Tanya Altmann was live to show us the healthy lunch options your kids will want to scoop up at school.
Sharing is always important for babies to learn. Here are some tips on how to make your baby great at sharing: Be a good role model! Tell baby it is someone else’s turn Teach baby to pass toys
A mommy’s favorite phrase…”No!” Your baby will start to understand around 9-12 months Only use it when you truly need it Explain why you say no Arrange the house so there are less things your child cannot touch
Everyone cannot wait for baby’s first words… “Mommy”, “Daddy”, “Hi”, anything to hear the sweet angelic voice of your little one. All children develop differently Some will say many words by 1 year Some won’t say their first
That anxious time when you can’t wait for your baby to take his or her first step. Most babies start walking around 1 year Some as early as 9 months Others may not start walking until after 15
Hopefully you have one of those adorable bath loving, water playing kids… If not, here are some tips to help you get through bath-time! Make it fun! – Turn bath-time into a game. Find toys your child will
Potty training is a developmental milestone and should not be rushed. For most toddlers it is usually around 2 ½ to 3 years old. Some children may even be older. The children need to be able to know: When
At four to six months old, babies do not need to feed during the night and they should sleep a straight six to eight hours if you let them. At three to four months old you should lay baby down
Dr. Tanya shares her Summer Safety Quiz with the KTLA anchor crew. Can you answer these True or False questions correctly?