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Exploring How Snacks Can Harm Kids (Pedcast)

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Thanks for stopping by DocSmo.com, where portable, practical pediatrics is our specialty! Our goal is to provide pediatric advice on your schedule, answering your questions on any topic concerning your children. Today, we will be talking about one of my personal pet peeves, how seemingly innocent snacking poses some serious consequences for your children’s health. Diabetes, heart disease, pancreatic issues, obesity, and tooth decay are only a few of the problems that arise from babies and young children eating little puffs, pastries, and crackers and drinking sugary drinks throughout the day. In America, children are treated to little snacks almost round the clock, from sugary cereals at preschool to after-sports snacks of cupcakes and cookies. Continue reading

Little Teeth, Handle with Care (Pedcast)

Drinking is a big part of the infant/toddler experience. Knowing the dos and don’ts with regard to bottles and sippy cups is important for parents to know. Doc Smo lays out his views this important subject.

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SmoNotes:

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Unlisted, Preventive Oral Health Intervention for Pediatricians. American Academy of Pediatrics, Dec. 2008. Web. July 2010 .

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Unlisted, Oral Health Risk Assessment Timing and Establishment of the Dental Home. American Academy of Pediatrics, May 2003. Web. July 2010 .

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Unlisted, Brushing up on Oral Health: Never to Early to Start. Healthy Living: American Academy of Pediatrics, 8 Feb. 2010. Web. Sep. 2010 .

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