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Be Smart for Spring Break

From the Show: Healthy Children
Summary: Your older child is gearing up for spring break. Make sure they stay safe.
Air Date: 2/26/19
Duration: 15:32
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Joanna Dolgoff, MD
Dr Joanna Dolgoff headshotJoanna Dolgoff, MD, is a Pediatrician, Official Spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics, Creator of the child and family weight loss program Red Light, Green Light, Eat Right and author of Red Light, Green Light, Eat Right (Rodale).

Dr. Dolgoff has been featured on The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Dr. Oz Show, The Early Show, Katie, Fox & Friends, Nightline, CNN, MSNBC, 700 Club, Extra, Lifetime, Discovery Health, America’s Newsroom, Inside Edition, The Daily Buzz and most major news outlets. She has been written about in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Seattle Times, The Los Angeles Times, People Magazine, Seventeen Magazine, Vogue, Redbook, Parent Magazine, Parenting, and Shape.

Dr. Dolgoff grew up in Roslyn, New York and attended Princeton University where she graduated cum laude with a degree in Molecular Biology. Dr. Dolgoff continued her education at the NYU School of Medicine and completed her Pediatric Residency training at Columbia Presbyterian Children’s Hospital of New York. She works at Wellstar East Paulding Pediatrics as a private practice pediatrician and is a Board-Certified Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Dolgoff currently lives in Roswell, Georgia.
Be Smart for Spring Break
Spring break is around the corner. How can you keep your kid safe?

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For the college-age student, keep communication open. Arm them with information before they head out for spring break with their friends. Encourage them to set their party limits before they step out the door. They should have two forms of contraception on hand. Recommend they plan for a designated driver or ride share instead of driving under the influence. Urge caution while drinking to avoid those with bad intentions.

As a parent, you have to trust them to be responsible. Having open conversations before they leave and staying available in case they need you are the best ways to get through spring break while they’re out in the world.

Listen as Dr. Joanna Dolgoff joins Melanie Cole, MS to discuss spring break safety for older children.

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