Lots of well-meaning family and friends – and even strangers! – will have advice for new parents. Some tips are so obviously off-the-wall, you can immediately discount them with a polite nod and a quick change of subject. But, sometimes amid the obviously bad advice a few suggestions persist that may not leap out as bad, but could be potentially dangerous if followed.
Diane Tenenbaum, M.D. from St. Peter’s Family Health Center, a practice of St. Peter’s Health Partners Medical Associates (SPHPMA), was interviewed for a segment on the advice parents receive and what tips they should heed.
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