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Healthy Food Choices During the School Year

Starting your child's day with a healthy breakfast and packing a healthy lunch (that your child will actually eat) can be tricky.
Guest: David Hill, MD

Injury Prevention: Getting Ready for Fall Sports

Parents play a vital role in preparing their children to train and condition properly.
Guest: David Hill, MD

Kids & Tech: Time to Get Their Own Device?

When is the right time to introduce your child to all the devices that can help (or hinder) your child's schooling and growth?
Guest: David Hill, MD

Choosing the Right Babysitter for Your Child

What qualities should you be looking for in a babysitter?
Guest: Elizabeth Murray, MD

Keep Up Reading & Math Skills Over Summer Break

With your help, your child won't start the next school year needing a complete refresher.
Guest: Corinn Cross, MD

Eye Health: Your Child's Eyes Need Your Attention

Childhood is a common time for recognizing vision problems.
Guest: Corinn Cross, MD

How Important Is It to Make Your Children Do Chores?

By age 12, there are few household tasks a teenager should be expected to master.
Guest: Kathleen Berchelmann, MD

Yelling at Your Child Does More Harm than Good

Yelling, like spanking, is a short-term solution that ultimately causes more harm than good.
Guest: Kathleen Berchelmann, MD

Kids in Hot Cars: The Dangers Are Very Real

In the last two months, five American children died of hyperthermia in hot cars.
Guest: Kathleen Berchelmann, MD

Down Syndrome: What New Parents Need to Know

If you've just learned your child will be born with down syndrome, there is info available to help you get prepared.
Guest: Marilyn J. Bull, MD, FAAP

Car Seats: How to Keep Your Child Safe

Motor vehicle accidents are the #1 killer of children in the United States.
Guest: Marilyn J. Bull, MD, FAAP

Environmental Changes: Will Our Kids Suffer Most?

Children suffer a much greater burden of climate-related disease than adults.
Guest: Jerome A. Paulson, MD

Pregnant or Breastfeeding? Iodine Deficiency Could Affect Your Child

Many pregnant and breastfeeding women may be deficient in iodine, which is essential for their babies’ development.
Guest: Jerome A. Paulson, MD

Celebrating a Safe 4th of July

If you're celebrating the 4th of July with a bang, remember that fireworks can result in severe burns, scars and disfigurement that can last a lifetime.
Guest: David Hill, MD

Swimmers Ear: Can You Prevent It?

Do your kids get swimmer's ear every year? Is there anything you can do to prevent it?
Guest: David Hill, MD
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