Contributor biographical information for Raising baby green : the earth-friendly guide to pregnancy, childbirth, and baby care / Alan Greene ... [et al.].


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Alan Greene, MD, a practicing pediatrician and father of four, is a leading pioneer, authority, and spokesperson for the green baby movement. Named “The Children’s Health Hero_of the Internet" by Intel, Dr. Green teaches at Stanford University School of Medicine and is an attending physician at Stanford’s Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital He is the Pediatric Expert for Yahoo, Rob Reiner’s ParentsAction.org, and NPR’s the People’s Pharmacy, the medical advisor to Ann Douglas's book The Mother of All Baby Books, and author of From First Kicks to First Steps (McGraw Hill, 2004). A graduate of Princeton University and UCSF Medical School, his award winning internet site Dr.Greene.com receives 50 million hits a month from parents, and healthcare professionals. Dr. Green keynotes events like the first Green Power Baby Shower, the Maastricht International Internet Health Conference, and the Whole Baby Expo in Los Angeles. He also appears frequently on tv (has his own bay area cable show), radio, websites, and in print around the world, including the Wall Street Journal, Parents, Parenting, Working Mother, Better Homes and Gardens, and Reader’s Digest. Consumer Editor Jeanette Pavini won the Edwin R. Murrow Award for Journalism, and is the ConsumerWatch reporter for CBS Eyewtiness News and host of the "Real Deal with Jeanette Pavini" in San Francisco. Theresa DiGeronimo has written numerous parenting books for JB/Wiley, including College of the Overwhelemed, How to Talk to Kids About Serious Things, and others.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Pregnant women -- Health and hygiene.
Pregnancy -- Environmental aspects.
Pregnancy -- Nutritional aspects.
Infants -- Care -- Environmental aspects.