When Kids Don’t Eat Lunch at School – Start with a Hearty Breakfast!

This year I started out with grand ideas of getting my kids to eat super fun healthy lunches.  Unfortunately, my kids had other ideas like playing at lunch recess instead of eating.   I will not admit defeat and I’m opting for a change in strategy instead.    My game plan is to get them…

2015 in Review: The Top Posts of the Year!

  Here are the top articles reviewed this year all in one place! Thank you all for reading, sharing and commenting, and make sure to check in next year for more helpful tips, suggestions, recipes and ideas to keep your kids healthy using Chinese Medicine! Have a happy and healthy new year! Warmly, Robin Pediatric Tuina…

Cough and Cold Round-Up – Our Best Advice All in One Place

If you’re a parent, then at some point this season you’ll be dealing with coughs, colds, stuffy noses and earaches. So, I wanted to make sure you had all my top resources and suggestions for surviving the cold and flu season with Chinese medicine and other natural remedies! 7 Ways to Calm a Cough Your Pediatrician Won’t…

Title and Synopsis Revealed for Robin Ray Green’s Forthcoming Book on Chinese Medicine for Kids

I’m so excited to share that I just turned my manuscript into my publisher, Hay House! The next phase of editing will start, along with the cover design. We anticipate the book will be out in bookstores in the fall of 2016! I’ll know more in the coming weeks. But for now you’re probably wondering…

The Best TCM and Acupressure Tips for Keeping Kids Healthy in the Fall

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), autumn represents the beginning of the Yin Cycle where people and plants begin to slow down and turn inward for the coming winter. It’s time to replace routines that served us in the vibrant and warm summer months with those that support our health in the cooler months. The Yin cycle brings about…