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Archives 2016 /

Childhood Peanut Allergy

Stomachaches: Worried about the Wrong Organ?

New Baby Brings Joy + Stress

Interesting Conversations w/ Parents -January 2016

 The Collapse of Parenting, by Leonard Sax MD

Grandma Right- Cold Exposure Cause Pneumonia?

Diagnosis via Cell Phone

Every Child Can Be a Powerball Winner

Peanuts for your Peanut

Interesting Conversations with Parents March 2016

A True Trampoline Nightmare

Troubling Childhood Behaviors w/ Dr. John Simpson

Why Are Fewer Kids Working?

2015 Lessons Learned about Measles

Practical Screen Time Advice

New Era of Minimal Treatment

Self Control + Focus=Success

Zika Fever Has Arrived

Worldly Baby Food, w/ Dr. Charlotte Rouchouze

Marijuana and Children w/ Dr. Andy Farah

The Boy’s Body Book, by Dunham + Bjorkman

Asthma Update 2016

Symptoms Talk, So Let’s Listen

Everything I Need to Know I Learned From a Little Golden Book

Rethinking Antibiotic Use In Children

Interesting Conversations w/ Parents July 2016

Pumping, Storing, and Handling Breast Milk

Today’s Nearsighted Generation

Are Your Kids Fit for Life?

Why Your Kids Need Fermented Foods w/ Dr. Rouchouze

Avoiding Ear Infections in Your Kids this Winter

Breastfeeding News w/ Anne Gessner PNP

Teaching Children Gratitude

Teaching Kids to Enjoy Vegetables

Computers Taking the Care Out of Healthcare?

Parent’s Guide to Childhood Immunization

Are Eczema/Allergies Preventable in Children?

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Life threatening diseases like meningitis, sepsis, and dehydration are mostly a thing of the past for babies and children in 21st century America. Thank goodness! But instead of these acute illnesses that have been so prevalent in the past, now children are battling chronic illnesses like asthma, food allergy, and the topic of today’s talk, eczema. If you search the Portable Practical Pediatrics archives, you will see that we have talked about eczema on many, many occasions– but today I thought I would bring you some new information that recent research has uncovered. If this research is correct, it looks like eczema may be, in  a large number of children, preventable. So stay with me to find out more about how you might be able to prevent the debilitating skin disease known as eczema in your children.

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Can Eczema/Allergy Be Prevented in Kids? (Pedcast)

Voice intro

Life threatening diseases like meningitis, sepsis, and dehydration are mostly a thing of the past for babies and children in 21st century America. Thank goodness! But instead of these acute illnesses that were so prevalent in the past, now children are battling chronic illnesses like asthma, food allergy, and the topic of today’s talk, eczema. If you search the Portable Practical Pediatrics archives, you will see that we have talked about eczema on many, many occasions– but today I thought I would bring you some new information that recent research has uncovered. If this research is correct, it looks like eczema may be, in  a large number of children, preventable. So stay with me to find out more about how you might be able to prevent the debilitating skin disease known as eczema in your children.

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