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Parents warned not to use inclined sleepers

2019-11-11T10:50:36+00:00Nov 11th, 2019|Healthy Kids with Kelli Warner|

Federal authorities are urging parents and others who care for infants to stop using all inclined sleepers — even models that have not been recalled — because of the risk of accidental suffocation. Citing findings from a new study, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) says the sleepers have now been linked to more than 70 deaths.

When is my child too sick for school?

2019-10-11T11:43:16+00:00Oct 11th, 2019|Healthy Kids with Kelli Warner|

During cold and flu season, kids are more likely to be exposed to germs that cause illness. When should sick children be kept home, and when is it OK to send them to school? “We want children to go to school, so that they are learning and they’re with their peers. However, there are times when kids should really stay home from daycare and school,” says Dr. Pilar Bradshaw.

How to choose a pediatrician

2019-09-27T09:17:59+00:00Sep 27th, 2019|Healthy Kids with Kelli Warner|

As a father, Dr. David Dorsa understands how important it is to have a good relationship with your children's physician. He chose pediatrics as his specialty because of the long-term connections he makes with his patients. "The relationship between a family and their pediatrician is a special one in medicine," he says. "Parents should feel like their pediatrician is almost a part of their family—someone who [...]

More kids are struggling with depression

2019-09-16T14:14:22+00:00Sep 16th, 2019|Healthy Kids with Kelli Warner|

A 2019 study published in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology found that between 2009 and 2017, rates of depression rose by more than 60% among adolescents ages 14-17, and 47% among those ages 12-13. The number of children and teenagers who were seen in emergency rooms with suicidal thoughts or having attempted suicide doubled between 2007 and 2015.

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