Posts Tagged 'Circumcision'

The Infectious Myth – Robert Darby on Circumcision – 12.06.16

David interviews Robert Darby, an opponent of circumcision, who is very knowledgeable in all aspects. This discussion was prompted when a doctor had his paper in opposition to one of Darby’s retracted, because the only peer reviewer turned out to be a frequent co-author. The discussion passes through the touted benefits, the rare and common harms, the anatomy and purpose of the foreskin, the changing positions of governments and health authorities around the world and, of course, its role in ...
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Kids and Screen Time: What Parents Should Know

Children’s use of technology and social media has become a focus for modern-day parents. What is an appropriate amount of screen time and how should it be monitored? How does use of technology impact children?

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends children and teens generally have no more than one to two hours of screen time – including television, computers, and video games –  per day. For toddlers, the thinking continues to evolve – originally it was recommended that children have ...

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