Behavior

Doc Smo Rants About Face Masks and More (Pedcast)

 

Hold on, you are going to hear me do something that I have never done in my 11 years of podcasting… go on a rant, specifically about Americans and their weirdness inability or unwillingness to accept face masks. We know they are effective; we know that even the most basic of masks will work and yet we can’t get our many of our fellow citizens to wear them properly or wear them at all.  Stay tuned because I am about to unload my frustration on you right after this intro.

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Should You Give Your Children Tylenol? (Pedcast by Sonya Corina Williams)

Despite the fact that most parents and pediatricians consider acetaminophen, you know- Tylenol, a totally safe drug, there has been a growing chorus of concern about this drug among researchers for many years. In today’s pedcast I am going to break those concerns down and give you some up to date knowledge on this subject. Stay tuned.

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The Right and Wrong Ways to Tame Your Young Child’s Tantrums? (Pedcast)

 

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Anyone who spends much time around toddlers and young preschoolers, knows that they can frequently manifest behavior that is downright beastly. So, in today’s pedcast, we are going to talk about understanding and managing their beastly behavior by teaching them to understand and control their emotions.  Don’t you dare miss this important episode of Portable Practical Pediatrics.

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Can Children be Spoiled? (Pedcast)

In this episode, Dr. Smolen discusses the question; Can children be spoiled? Past generations of children can help us answer this question as listeners will soon see. Kick back and listen to Dr. Smolen bring you a little science and his view on this important parenting subject.

Note: This pedcast was first posted in November 2011.

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