Research psychologist Penelope Leach is known for her best-selling guides on child development, including "Babyhood" and "Your Baby and Child." In her latest book, she explains what the latest research says about helping children cope with separation and divorce.
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- Dr. Lori Mosca Director of preventive cardiology at New York Presbyterian Hospital
- Dr. Paul Ridker Director of the Center for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention at Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Sally Squires health and medical reporter for the Washington Post and "Lean Plate Club" columnist
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