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  • Kris September 5, 2014 at 1:07 pm

    Hi,

    Do you have any recommendations for a paediatrician in San Diego that is okay with not doing vaccines – they don’t necessarily have to encourage that, but are okay with the parents decision to go one way or the other. We have an ND, but I’m also looking for and experienced and progressive MD in San Diego as well.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you,

    Kris

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    • Linda F. Palmer February 26, 2015 at 6:37 pm

      Adema in East County, and Sears north of San Diego.

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  • Abhijit Naskar February 24, 2015 at 8:27 am

    Dear The Baby Bond,
    There is a technical error in the article “bonding matters…”. There norepinephrine is mentioned as adrenalin, which should be noradrenalin.

    Best Wishes
    A. Naskar
    Research Scientist
    Neurophysiology, Cognitive & Behavioral Neuroscience

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    • Linda F. Palmer February 26, 2015 at 6:17 pm

      Thank you doc — i’ll change it. Thanks for visiting!
      Best, linda

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    • Linda F. Palmer February 26, 2015 at 6:21 pm

      Actually, on second thought, the parentheses “adrenaline” serves nicely to provide a more commonly recognized term to a less-common term, hopefully bringing greater understanding of the concept to the mainstream.

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  • Debbie September 27, 2017 at 6:10 am

    Linda,
    I just came across this site and the your books. As a mom who did things this way and is now a grandmother enjoying seeing the same blessing passed down of breastfeeding and bonding, etc., I am thrilled to find your work in print!! I am now a midwife and want to pass this information on to the families I am envolved with and your work is a blessing!
    One thing of interest to me as I read how the hormones “dance” in the mother and father and baby, is what happens with babies and grandparents!! There is something between my newborn granddaughter and myself that is very obvious and I think there is a hormonal happening there that has bonded us in a different way than with friends or even my own children (even though those bonds were healthy and strong). And, I wonder if part of that bonding is strong because of bonding so well with my own children? Well, maybe a project!

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    • Linda Palmer September 27, 2017 at 11:19 am

      Debbie, thank you for writing, and congratulations. I believe that grandparent involvement has been a highly important factor in our human species survival, and the hormonal responses must be synced for this. Yes, I’m sure that what you say is true.

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  • Nicole October 21, 2019 at 4:45 am

    What are the differences between the content in the books Baby Matters vs What Your Pediatrician Doesn’t Know…?

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    • Linda Palmer October 25, 2019 at 11:25 am

      Hi Nicole, Thank you for writing. I wrote Baby Matters. I provided editorial comments during the production of “What Your Ped…,” written by pediatrician Susan Markel. Our opinions are similar (except for circumcision). “Baby Matters” is in-depth and highly documented throughout the text. Advice focuses on attachment and diet. “What Your Pediatrician Doesn’t Know” has some more medically-oriented advice.

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  • Linda Palmer October 21, 2019 at 6:19 pm

    I wrote Baby Matters. I provided editorial comments during the production of “What Your Ped…,” written by pediatrician Susan Markel. Our opinions are similar (except for circumcision). “Baby Matters” is in-depth and highly documented throughout the text. Advice focuses on attachment and diet. “What Your Pediatrician Doesn’t Know” has some more medically-oriented advice.

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