Your Children Eating Themselves Sick? (Archived Pedcast)

Many children are literally getting a chronic liver disease from their poor diets. Learn more in today’s pedcast.

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Are Your Children’s Brains Getting the Sleep They Need? (Pedcast)

 

Who would have thought a generation ago that lack of sleep would be a huge health issue for children? I certainly didn’t but the reality is that many children today struggle with insomnia. Stay tuned and I will tell you how you can avoid much of the insomnia trouble plaguing American children.

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4 Pediatric Studies Every Parent Needs to Know About (Archived Pedcast)

 

 

Welcome, I am Dr. Paul Smolen, also known as Doc Smo and this is Portable Practical Pediatrics. Every once in a while I like to give my listeners a glimpse of what is new in pediatric research that can translate into practical knowledge.  I’m not talking about new high tech treatments for exotic diseases but rather new information that most parents can use in their everyday parenting. So here goes with a conversation about four, high quality, peer reviewed articles that I think you will find interesting. Stay engaged, stay informed, and of course, stay tuned.  Today’s pedcast is brought to you by audible, the new way to digest books. For me, Audible has become my preferred method of exploring books, whether I am cutting the grass or driving in the car. Expand your world today by subscribing to audible. Just hit the link that accompanies this podcast to get started.

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Covid-19 Preventable in Kids-Magryta M.D. Says Yes (Pedcast)

Are some children more likely than others to get sick with Covid-19? If so, why? Integrative pediatrician Dr. Chris Magryta has given this question a lot of thought and his answer may both surprise you and help you prevent severe illness in your children. Listen to integrative pediatrician Dr. Chris Magryta explain all this in this special edition of “Portable Practical Pediatrics”.

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