Month: March 2013

Spring Break Family Escape

By Josh Kafka
Spring Break is almost here. Lots of joy to come but now it’s up to us to provide the kids’ sole entertainment 24 hours a day. So what to do? Don’t panic…pack! Here’s some easy family escapes that will thrill the little ones, provide lots of family fun, and mercifully, even please mama. As always, Blisscape offers the guaranteed lowest price and best free perks. (more…)

I Want Botox, but I’m Afraid

Q & A with Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeons, Dr. Payman Danielpour and Dr. John Layke about the pros and cons of botox.

Q: When do I know I’m ready for botox?
A: You should do botox before the formation of frown lines, crows feet or forehead wrinkles.

Q: I don’t want people to know I have botox. How can you make it look natural?
A: At Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Group, we believe helping our patients bring out their natural beauty by enhancing and refining not changing their appearance. We are known for putting less botox than most surgeons. You can always add more, but you can’t take it away. (more…)

Preventing Childhood Obesity

By Scott Myers
Scott MyersObesity is the most prevalent nutritional disease of children and adolescents in the U. S.

A child’s potential to develop strength, endurance and physical skill increases at an exponential rate the first two years of life.
The more you encourage your children to be physically active during this period, the stronger and more energetic you can expect them to become; and the more quickly they will develop skills in using their muscles. (more…)

Benefits of Reading Aloud

By Nathalie Kunin
NathalieReading aloud is one of the most enjoyable activities that a parent and child do together. It is also one of the most important. Snuggling up to read bedtime stories is an important bonding time at the end of the day which sets the stage for a good night of sleep. You can share in your child’s excitement as their imagination is sparked by the story transporting them to a different place and time. The benefits of reading aloud go well beyond the simple pleasure of time spent together. Even as your child begins to grow up, and there is less time in the day to read aloud, it is important to make time for it, even just 30 minutes a day. The educational benefits of reading aloud will pay off in many ways. (more…)