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Childproofing 101

In this episode we review ways to create the safest possible home environment for your curious kids!

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Autism Spectrum Disorder- Part 2

Autism is very common, with 1 in 44 children in the US now qualifying as having an autism spectrum disorder, in this 2 part episode we explore autism with a clinical psychologist from the MIND Institute.

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Autism Spectrum Disorder- Part 1

Autism is very common, with 1 in 44 children in the US now qualifying as having an autism spectrum disorder, in this 2 part episode we explore autism with a clinical psychologist from the MIND Institute.

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Snack Attack: How to Promote Healthy Snacking

In today’s episode, we discuss the wonderful world of snacks. How to encourage nutritious snacks, foods to avoid and how to prep snacks to allow for healthy food on the go.

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Milestones: Social Emotional Development

Check out today’s podcast for part 3 from the Milestones Matter Series! Today’s topic focuses on social-emotional milestones.

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Milestones: Language Development

We’re joined by Dr. Stephanie Tangsombatvisit, a fellow in developmental and behavioral pediatrics, to discuss language development.

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Motor Milestones

Pediatricians screen for motor skills to make sure that kids are on track for routine behavior such as head control, crawling, rolling over, pulling to a stand, walking, feeding and more.

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Childhood Grief

In this episode, we are joined by Emily McDaniel — a certified child life specialist at UC Davis Children’s Hospital —in the discussion of grief after the death of a loved one.

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Pediatric Growth Curves

Discussion about importance of pediatric growth curves

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Insects Be Gone

Protect your children against insect bites

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Baby-led weaning--What’s the hype?

Baby led weaning is a complementary feeding approach that allows infants to self-feed a variety of table foods

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Kids & Masking

Masks are effective preventing transmission of respiratory pathogens such as COVID-19, and the vast majority of children 2 years of age and older can wear masks safely. What is the best type of mask for your child?

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Teething Toddlers

In this podcast we discuss the myths surrounding teething, general symptoms of teething, typical timing of teething, teething toys to use and avoid, as well as the dangers of some medications marketed for teething.

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Pediatric High Blood Pressure

In today’s podcast, we discuss the basics of hypertension—including common causes, risk factors, screening, symptoms and reading the systolic (top) and diastolic (bottom) numbers

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Sun Safety: Protect Children & Beat the Heat

In today’s podcast, learn all about how to keep kids safe in the heat and different heat illnesses such as heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke

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Unravelling the Wonder Drug: Penicillin Allergy

Many people avoid using penicillin because of allergy concerns. We discuss how to evaluate children for penicillin allergy.

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Pain, please go away: Post-Op Pain Management

In today’s podcast, we explore techniques used to assess pain, non-pharmacological treatments for pain management, and common medications used to control pain—both before and after surgery

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What's with the bulge? Hernias in children

Pediatric hernias are common in children. In today’s podcast, we discuss what a hernia is and how inguinal and umbilical hernias are diagnosed and treated.

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Coronavirus--Special Update Edition 14 July 2021

In this special episode, we discuss the benefits and risks of COVID-19 vaccine for teens, including discussing inflammation of the heart (myocarditis)

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The Egg Episode

Children like to eat eggs, but are they healthy? We discuss cholesterol concerns, the nutritional value of eggs, how they can best fit into your child’s diet.

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Food Allergies in Children

Food allergies are common complaints in the pediatric office. In this episode we discuss how to differentiate true food allergies versus food intolerance.

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Getting Comfortable With Telehealth

In this episode we discuss the role that telemedicine has played during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Threat of Digital Advertising to Children

Digital advertisements are increasingly targeting children when they play games, go on social media, use apps, and in the many other ways that children access the internet.

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Children and Cycling Safety

This episode is all about cycling. We discuss questions on common sense cycling safety rules that every child should know, how to safely bike to school, common cycling injuries, and how to get started early.

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Potty Training

Potty training is an important developmental milestone. Many children will obtain day time continence by 24-36 months, and nighttime continence follows later, usually by age 6.

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Preparing For Medical Procedures

Some children are fearful about going to the doctor’s office or procedures such as routine immunizations or stitches. We discuss several conventional and alternative techniques to minimize pain and lesson fear.

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Nightmares—Causes & Cures

Most children will experience nightmares, and other sleep disorders such as night terrors and sleepwalking occur less frequently.

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Kids and Fever

Fever is an extremely common concern that presents to the pediatricians office. In this episode, we discuss the reasons why fevers occur so commonly in kids. We will debunk some of the common myths.

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Racism Impact on Children (Part 2)

We often think of racism as a societal issue. In addition, racism directly negatively impacts children’s health. How can we talk about racism with children? What about structural or institutional racism?

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Racism Impact on Children (Part 1)

We often think of racism as a societal issue. In addition, racism directly negatively impacts children’s health. How can we talk about racism with children? What about structural or institutional racism?

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