Healthy Children - The Talk Show for Parents

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Healthy Children... The Talk Show for Parents provides important information about children's health issues. Expecting mothers, stay at home dads, big extended families with children of all ages - this show is for you! We talk with some of the top physicians, pediatricians, and medical experts in the world with guests provided by the American Academy of Pediatrics. We invite you to tune in, call in, email and be a part of the show.AAPLogoMed
HOST: Melanie Cole M.S.
MelanieColeNEWHeadshotcropped Healthy Children... The Talk Show for Parents provides important information about children's health issues. Expecting mothers, stay at home dads, big extended families with children of all ages - this show is for you! We talk with some of the top physicians, pediatricians, and medical experts in the world with guests provided by the American Academy of Pediatrics. We invite you to tune in, call in, email and be a part of the show.
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Talk Radio personality Melanie Cole, M.S. is an exercise physiologist and personal trainer and has worked in the field of health for 20 years. Her energetic and entertaining approach to the show is rooted in the fact that she not only is a professional interviewer - she is also a mother of two bringing the passion and know how to the show that every parent can relate to.
There are 559 On Demand Archives in this Category.
Hot Weather Myths That Parents Need To Know to Survive the Summer Featured
Common Myths About Sunglasses and Sunscreen
Guest(s):Andrew Adesman, MD, FAAP
Topic:Hot Weather Health Myths
Topic Info:Listen as we have some fun dispelling common hot weather/outdoors myths that every parent has heard and even repeated to our children..Tune in to find out which ones are true and which ones are not!
Original Air Date:6 / 27 / 2012
Is It Risky for Kids With a Single Kidney To Play Sports?
Guest(s):Matt Grinsell, MD, PhD
Topic:Kidney Injuries in Children
Topic Info:Kidney injuries from sports are rare, so youth with just one kidney need not be barred from playing contact sports, according to a study in the July 2012 Pediatrics (published online June 18). Listen as we discuss this study and possible safety precaution ...
Original Air Date:6 / 27 / 2012
Firearms Safety Featured
ASK (Asking Saves Kids) Featured
Disaster and Public Health Emergencies: Are You Prepared? Featured
Disaster Preparedness for Families With Special Needs Children
Guest(s):Daniel Fagbuyi, M.D.
Topic:Disaster Preparedness
Topic Info:Listen as we discuss how to develop and maintain an emergency communications plan and disaster supplies kit should the unthinkable happen. We will offer tips on planning your own in home emergency medical and survival kit. Be ready if you ever need to hav ...
Original Air Date:6 / 20 / 2012
Parent Like a Pro
Parent Like a Pro
Guest(s):David L. Hill, MD, FAAP
Topic:Parenting Tips
Topic Info:The role of fathers has changed monumentally over the past half century, and with it has come new expectations for today’s dads. With new cultural terms like SAHD (stay-at-home dad) and ‘equally shared parenting,’ dads are expected to think outside ...
Original Air Date:6 / 13 / 2012
Tips for Dads: A Male Pediatricians Best Advice
Tips for Dads: A Male Pediatricians Best Advice
Guest(s):David L. Hill, MD, FAAP
Topic:Parenting Tips
Topic Info:The role of fathers has changed monumentally over the past half century, and with it has come new expectations for today’s dads. With new cultural terms like SAHD (stay-at-home dad) and ‘equally shared parenting,’ dads are expected to think outside ...
Original Air Date:6 / 13 / 2012
Tools to Make You a Better Father
Tools to Make You a Better Father
Guest(s):David L. Hill, MD, FAAP
Topic:Parenting Tips
Topic Info:The role of fathers has changed monumentally over the past half century, and with it has come new expectations for today’s dads. With new cultural terms like SAHD (stay-at-home dad) and ‘equally shared parenting,’ dads are expected to think outside ...
Original Air Date:6 / 13 / 2012
Dad to Dad: Helping You Be The Best Dad You Can Be
Dad to Dad: Helping You Be The Best Dad You Can Be
Guest(s):David L. Hill, MD, FAAP
Topic:Parenting Tips
Topic Info:The role of fathers has changed monumentally over the past half century, and with it has come new expectations for today’s dads. With new cultural terms like SAHD (stay-at-home dad) and ‘equally shared parenting,’ dads are expected to think outside ...
Original Air Date:6 / 13 / 2012
Social Media and Your Kids
Social Media and Your Kids
Guest(s):Gwenn Schurgin O'Keeffe, MD, FAAP
Topic:Social Media and Your Kids
Topic Info:Gwenn Schurgin O'Keeffe, MD, FAAP, CEO and Editor-In-Chief Pediatrics Now, comes on the show to discuss that kids need to be kids and don't need to live every aspect of their lives through technology. Also that social media has a lot of positive aspects, ...
Original Air Date:6 / 6 / 2012
AAPCC and Poison Centers Issue Warning About Concentrated Packets of Laundry Detergent
AAPCC and Poison Centers Issue Warning About Concentrated Packets of Laundry Detergent
Guest(s):Michael Beuhler, MD
Topic:Poison Control
Topic Info:The American Association of Poison Control Centers and the experts at America’s 57 poison centers are urging the public, especially parents, to keep highly concentrated “single dose packs” of laundry detergent up and away from children. Listen as w ...
Original Air Date:6 / 6 / 2012
Sensory-Based Therapies For Children
Sensory-Based Therapies For Children
Guest(s):Larry W. Desch, MD,FAAP
Topic:Developmental and Behavioral Disorders
Topic Info:Sensory-based therapies using brushes, swings, balls and other equipment are increasingly used by occupational therapists to treat children with developmental and behavioral disorders. However, it’s unclear whether children with sensory-based problems h ...
Original Air Date:6 / 6 / 2012
Developmental and Behavioral Disorders in Children
Developmental and Behavioral Disorders in Children
Guest(s):Larry W. Desch, MD,FAAP
Topic:Developmental and Behavioral Disorders
Topic Info:Sensory-based therapies using brushes, swings, balls and other equipment are increasingly used by occupational therapists to treat children with developmental and behavioral disorders. However, it’s unclear whether children with sensory-based problems h ...
Original Air Date:6 / 6 / 2012
Can Your Presence in The ER Hurt Your Child? Featured
First Aid Tips For Parents Featured
Don't Give Your Child The Wrong Dose! Featured
Keep Your Kids Safe This Summer
Guest(s):Deborah Ann Mulligan, MD FAAP FACEP
Topic:Sun and Water Safety
Topic Info:Keep your family safe this summer by following our tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).
Original Air Date:5 / 23 / 2012
Drowning Prevention and Water Safety
Drowning Prevention and Water Safety
Guest(s):Deborah Ann Mulligan, MD FAAP FACEP
Topic:Sun and Water Safety
Topic Info:Drowning is a leading cause of death among children, including infants and toddlers. Most infant drownings occur in bathtubs and buckets. Toddlers between one and four years most commonly drown in swimming pools. However, many children in this age group d ...
Original Air Date:5 / 23 / 2012
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