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Teaching Your Kids To Recognize Stranger Danger

If someone tells your child "mommy's in trouble, get in my car" does your child know what to do?
Guest: Dr. David Hill

Keeping Your Kids Safe On Halloween

Keeping your children safe on Halloween is up to you.
Guest: Dr. David Hill

Strep is More Than Just a Sore Throat

Strep throat is most common in children between the ages of 5 and 15, though children under 5 and adults can get infected.
Guest: Shawn Ralston, MD

Treating Bronchiolitis in Young Children

Bronchiolitist is the most common cause of hospitalization among infants under 1 year of age.
Guest: Shawn Ralston, MD

Children's Cancer Risk: Don't Ignore These Symptoms

Fever, chills, appetite loss, aching bones or joints are just some of the symptoms that could be signs of cancer in your child.
Guest: Kathleen A. Neville, MD

Is Your Child Getting Too Much Medication?

Roughly every eight minutes a child in the U.S. experiences a medication mistake.
Guest: Kathleen A. Neville, MD

Non-Prescription Contacts Can Harm Your Child's Eyes

Decorative contact lenses can make you look cool, but are they bad for your eyes?
Guest: David Granet, MD

Helping Your Child Deal with Maturing Physically

Puberty, menstruation, voice changes and body development are just some of the changes all children go through.
Guest: Cora Collette Breuner, MD, MPH

Contraception: Time to Protect Your Adolescent & Teen

Each year, approximately 750,000 adolescent girls become pregnant.
Guest: Dr. Mary Ott

Is it a Cold or a Fall Allergy?

Allergy season is upon us. As parents you have to keep an eye on your child's symptoms.
Guest: Dr. Corinn Cross

Home First Aid Kits: Do You Have All You Need?

You have a first aid kit, but is it up-to-date and do you know the best way to use it?
Guest: Dr. Elizabeth Murray

Head Injuries: When to Seek Care

Head injuries can be very scary; but which symptoms are normal and which need medical care?
Guest: Dr. Elizabeth Murray

Should Tots Have Access to Electronic Devices?

Do you think toddlers should be able to "play" with tablets and smart phones? Will this make them smarter?
Guest: Dr. David Hill

Family Dynamics at Mealtimes Impact Children's Weight

Eating together as a family might be more important than you think. It could have a life-long impact on your child's weight.
Guest: Dr. David Hill

Are You Getting the Best Care at a Teaching Hospital?

Are you getting the best health care at a teaching hospital?
Guest: Dr. Elizabeth Murray
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