Are you a food cop? Telling your kids what they can and can't eat? Overweight teens carry an extra heavy burden. But as a parent what you say and do can push them to eat more, eat the wrong foods, or starve themselves in an attempt to get you off their back. Jacquie and Caroline will find out how successful teens loose weight, keep it off and what they wish their parents knew with dietitian Anne M. Fletcher, author of Weight Loss Confidential. www.annemfletcher.com
Perfect Balance for Babies
One in five women are experiencing difficulty conceiving a child and are turning to fertility treatments. But what if there was another way? We'll find out about the latest groundbreaking research with Dr. Robert Greene, author of Perfect Hormone Balance for Fertility, The Ultimate Guide to Getting Pregnant. It could save you from costly, invasive, and sometimes emotionally draining tests and procedures. www.robertgreenemd.com
Are you expecting and expected in the conference room by 9:00 AM sharp? Being a pregnant working mom is not easy but we'll get some helpful advice to get you through those nine months and beyond. www.yupnet.org/greenfield
Making Sense Out of the New Sun Advice
Childhood cases of the most deadliest form of skin cancer - melanoma - are increasing. Yet, Vitamin D deficency is also on the rise, leading to a whole host of illnesses. So what's a parent to do? Slap on the sunscreen or leave it off? We'll find out the latest reseach with Pediatric Oncologist Dennis Hughes.
The Father and Son Connection
We talk a lot about dads and daughters and why girls who are the most self-confident and successful in life are the ones who have a good relationship with their fathers. But what about dads and sons? We'll find out why today's fathers have trouble relating to their sons—and what they can do about it with psychologist Neil Bernstein, author of There When He Needs You: How to Be an Available, Involved, and Emotionally Connected Father to Your Son. Find out more or buy the book
Baby TV Boom
Did you know that the average age at which babies begin watching videos is 6 months? And by the age of three, more than 50-percent of kids watch TV daily and know to operate the remote control. We'll tell you how the multi-billion dollar preschool entertainment business is dramatically altering the viewing habits of today's children and what you can do about it when we talk with Dade Hayes, author of Anytime Playdate: Inside the Preschool Entertainment Boom, or How Television Became My Baby's Best Friend.
Are Kids Under Too Much Pressure?
Did you know that today's high-pressure, high-stakes lifestyle is sucking the joy out of childhood and leaving our children
ill-equipped for even the most mundane challenges of life? We'll tell you about a new movement to rescue our kids from the culture of hyper-parenting when we talk with best-selling author Carl Honore. www.carlhonore.com