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a pediatric podcast from Nationwide Children's Hospital

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April 7, 2021
Dr Parker Huston visits the studio as we tackle boredom. A parent’s instinct may be to step in and solve their child’s boredom, but this may do more harm than good. Boredom provides a blank canvas for discovering the creativity that lies within. We share tips for nurturing creativity so children can solve boredom on their own!
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Dr David Stukus visits the studio as we explore COVID-19 vaccines. Learn about the various types, including how each one works and expected side effects. We discuss the clinical trials and FDA approval process... and we highlight the overall benefits and risks of vaccination. Also considered: vaccine hesitancy among healthcare workers and the general public. We hope you can join us!
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Dr David Stukus visits the studio as we explore COVID-19 vaccines. Learn about the various types, including how each one works and expected side effects. We discuss the clinical trials and FDA approval process... and we highlight the overall benefits and risks of vaccination. Also considered: vaccine hesitancy among healthcare workers and the general public. We hope you can join us!
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Our Plain Language Panel returns to the studio as Dr Mary Ann Abrams and Dr Alex Rakowsky explore common conditions affecting the mouth and throat. We cover choking, swallowed objects, teething, sore throat and thrush. We hope you can join us!
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Dr Thomas Glenn and Tawanna Nishibayashi visit the studio as we consider congenital heart disease and its impact on children and families. You’ll hear two difficult (and inspiring) journeys through hypoplastic left heart syndrome and its many challenges. We hope you can join us!
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Dr Christopher Iobst visits the studio as we consider limb lengthening and reconstruction. This amazing subspecialty of pediatric orthopedic surgery works hard to improve the lives of children and their families every day. Join us to learn more!
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Dr Parker Huston and Dr Lindsey Vater visit the studio as we consider the application of cognitive and behavioral techniques in the medical setting. How are they used, who will they help and when should we refer? Join us to find out!
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We have another resident-led episode for you this week as Drs Dan Schmitz and Abha Athale discuss skin and soft tissue infections. We explore the presentation, diagnosis and management of cellulitis, abscess, impetigo, erysipelas… and more!
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Dr Steve Hodges visits the studio as we explore potty training, bedwetting and other pee & poop problems. Learn the central role constipation plays and discover practical tips for helping kids. We hope you can join us!
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Drs Oliver Adunka, Krista Winner and Erin Stefancin visit this week as we consider the cause and impact of hearing loss. We explore services provided by audiology and speech-language pathology and uncover the fascinating facts of cochlear implants. We hope you can join us!
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Dr Alexandra Funk, director of the Central Ohio Poison Center, visits the studio as we consider holiday hazards. We identify common dangers in the home and share tips for keeping kids and families safe throughout the season. We hope you can join us!
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Complications from poliovirus were a thing of the past until a polio-like illness appeared in 2012. Enterovirus D68 is a likely cause of this new disorder but the impact on children is remarkably similar to polio. Drs Amy Moore, Kim Bjorklund and Wilawan Nopkhun visit the studio as we explore the cause, diagnosis and treatment of acute flaccid myelitis, including a promising procedure called nerve transfer surgery. We hope you can ...
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Pediatric residents, Dr Abha Athale and Dr Daniel Schmitz, visit the studio as we consider fever in the young infant. We review the history of guidelines and clinical pathways and outline a thoughtful approach to this common problem. We hope you can join us!
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Our Pediatrics in Plain Language Panel returns to the studio as we consider your child’s ears and nose. We explore swimmer’s ear, middle ear infections, ear wax, nosebleeds and little objects—like beads and peas and legos—that get stuck in the ear and up the nose. We hope you can join us!
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Drs Drew Duerson and Jonathan Napolitano visit the studio as we explore the use of ultrasound technology in sports medicine. How do ultrasounds work, when are they needed and why so popular? Find out in this week’s episode!
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Halloween and trick-or-treat are just around the corner. We cover the usual safety tips… plus special considerations for celebrating the spooky holiday in the age of COVID. We hope you can join us!
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Champions from CapABLE visit the studio as we consider support for families challenged by disabilities. Topics include transitioning, remote home health care, self-determination and legal needs. We hope you can join us!
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Leyla McCurdy and Dr Perry Sheffield visit the studio as we explore climate and its impact on child health. We discuss the importance of environmental medicine and share ways pediatricians and parents can make a difference in the health and wellbeing of kids and families around the world. We hope you can join us!
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Drs Ben Fields and Kelly Wesolowski visit the studio as we consider ADHD in the age of COVID. What challenges are in store for families as they encounter the new classroom, remote learning and hybrid models of instruction? What does ADHD look like at home and school? How is it diagnosed… and managed… in 2020? Join us for answers!
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Drs Asuncion Mejias and Gerd McGwire visit the studio as we consider bronchiolitis in the age of COVID. We explore the diagnosis, management and prevention of this common—and sometimes severe—respiratory illness, which impacts millions of babies and families each year. We hope you can join us!
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