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a pediatric podcast for parents
a pediatric podcast for parents

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I had a fantastic guest on the podcast today talking about self-care and wellness for moms! Dayna Kurtz is a licensed social worker, certified personal trainer and author of Mother Matters: A Holistic Guide to Being a Happy, Healthy Mom. You can find the interview and her book by visiting our Show Notes page: http://bit.ly/2rPcSh9

Link to the audio file (full episode): http://bit.ly/2Iuk4Kc
Link to the interview only: http://bit.ly/2ILpQGn
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This week we cover more news parents can use! Topics include screen-free week; the impact of motherly depression on her child’s IQ; liquid nicotine and e-cigarette safety; protecting children from junk food ads; and dangerous complications of ear infections. We’ll also ask the question: are measles still deadly? We hope you can join us! http://bit.ly/2jm6vgJ
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This week we consider the transition of teenagers to young adulthood. It’s important to start early and gradually encourage participation, critical thinking and responsibility. Clinical social workers, Michele Buck and Rebecca Furru, visit the studio to provide helpful hints on moving our children toward independence and autonomy. We hope you can join us! http://bit.ly/2r17as3
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We answer more of YOUR questions this week! Topics include toddler urinary accidents during the day, meat consumption in young kids, crawling and scooting instead of walking, and choosing the right doctor for your child’s care. We hope you can join us! http://bit.ly/2qEPXVn
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This week we explore more news parents can use! Topics include fatherly stress at the time of conception, safe infant sleep in the care of babysitters, hoverboard hazards, vaccination rates in those with autism, the effect of TV viewing at age two with health and wellness at age thirteen, and the impact of ADHD and conduct disorders on early teenage driving. We hope you can join us! http://bit.ly/2v36dnM
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Tracy Cutchlow visits the studio to talk about her book Zero to Five: 70 Essential Parenting Tips Based on Science. Discover evidence-based recommendations on a variety of topics, including sleep, meal time, play time, discipline, exercise… and many more. We hope you can join us! http://bit.ly/2oWyI11
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Join us for a look at rare genetic diseases. One or another of these conditions affects 30 million Americans, which means taken as a whole, they aren’t really rare! http://bit.ly/2CNe9rF
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Dr David Stukus visits the PediaCast Studio as we consider seasonal (and year-round) allergies. We explore common causes, diagnosis, evidence-based treatment strategies, prevention and the latest topics in allergy research. We hope you can join us! http://bit.ly/2onTyFa
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Our “Pediatrics in Plain Language” panel returns to the studio as we explore the wintertime blues. We consider some reasons for “feeling down” this time of year, including decreased sunlight and physical activity, sleep problems, school trouble and relationship issues. We talk about the depression-suicide link and share smart ideas for recognizing depression and getting help. We hope you can join us! http://bit.ly/2su2ezm
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This week we answer your questions about laryngomalacia, noise sensitivity and G6PD deficiency. We also consider the recent test flight of Falcon Heavy and how watching a rocket launch can ignite a child’s love of science. We hope you can join us! http://bit.ly/2FXus7s
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