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Here’s Why You Should Care What Media Your Children Watch (Archived Pedcast)

 

 

 I am going to get a little personal with this installment of Portable Practical Pediatrics, I am going to tell you a real life story that happened to yours truly, when I was in high school, 10th grade to be specific that involved media exposure.  This story speaks directly to the question I posed in the title of this pedcast: should parents care about what media their children watch during childhood?  An important question for today’s parents to ponder. 

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Are You Mitigating the Legacy of Covid-19 on Your Children (Pedcast)

Want to learn how to minimize the effects of SARS-CoV-2 pandemic on your children? Stay tuned and I’ll give you my perspective.

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6 Bewildering Symptoms in Newborns That Parents Don’t Expect

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Pediatrician Dr. Paul Smolen here. Parents are often bewildered by some of the bizarre physical symptoms their babies develop soon after birth. Stay tuned and I will break down some of these unexpected baby bodily changes in today’s installment of Portable Practical Pediatrics. Continue reading

The Gardener and The Carpenter, by Alison Gopnik (Book Review Pedcast by Doc Smo and Sonya Corina Williams)

I’m always looking for interesting books that I think parents will find thought-provoking. In today’s pedcast, I am going to introduce you to a book that will do just that. So kick back and enjoy our take on The Carpenter and The Gardener, by Allison Gopnik

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Gardener and the Carpenter

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