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Tortle Device for Flat Head Syndrome
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that babies sleep on their backs to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS); however, due to infants’ soft, developing skulls, they are prone to another condition called Positional Plagiocephaly, or Flat Head Syndrome. Learn about a simple, safe and comfortable beanie called the Tortle, which prevents Flat Head Syndrome from occurring.
Deadly Danger of Button Batteries
See how button batteries can cause a lethal reaction inside the body and why you need to take immediate action if your child ingests one.
Dr. Jimbo's Chest Rub for Kids
Parents prefer using chest rubs to ease their child’s cold and flu symptoms; however, some of the ingredients, such as petroleum jelly, may not be safe. Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears shares an all-natural, homemade chest rub to ease your child’s symptoms.
"Casting" Call: A Cure For Scoliosis?
Fixing a potential killer in kids without surgery. Find out how something simple is curing kids with spine curvatures.
Dealing with Pencil Punctures
Kids tend to have a knack for getting into dangerous situations, but in the case of one 20-month-old girl, something dangerous got into her when she fell onto a sharp pencil while playing. Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon explains the trajectory of the pencil and how it narrowly missed the eyeball and optic nerve. Although the pencil did penetrate into her brain, the damage was remarkably minimal, and doctors speculate that she will recover without further complications.
When Should You Remove Your Tonsils?
Solina says her 5-year-old son "is always coming down with a sore throat," and she wants to know if getting his tonsils removed would help. Ear, nose and throat surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon explains that there's a set criteria used to decide when to remove tonsils.
Academy of Pediatrics Enter the Great Recess Debate
Find out why the American Academy of Pediatrics says getting rid of recess is a big mistake.
Study Shows Binge Eating Leads to Depression
Could binge eating be linked to an increased risk of depression and drug use? HealthDay TV has the answers.
Robert Bazell Reports on New Autism Research
Robert Bazell reports on some new research on autism and an autistic kid that therapy cured.
How to Prevent Your Infant from Contracting RSV
A flu-like virus, respiratory syncytial virus or RSV, is especially dangerous for babies. Rachel McNeill explains what it is and what you need to know to protect your family.
How Old Are Your Kid's Arteries?
It’s a potentially important question especially amid growing concern about the heart health of millions of American children considered obese or overweight. Ron Winslow looks at the latest research.
The Story of the Furtick Quadruplets
The Furtick Quads, 22-two-year-old identical quadruplets Keith, Jason, Kevin and Victor each weighed 1 pound 8 ounces at birth. Meet the four brothers and hear about their unique lives.
Chelsea Clinton Reports on Young Children Hearing for the First Time
Chelsea Clinton reports on a story about children who live in silence, finally getting to hear for the first time.
9 Year Old Marathon Runner Creates Controversy
A 9-year-old boy has created controversy over whether children should be allowed to participate in long-distance running events. While some marathons do allow children to race, no studies have been conducted on the potentially adverse health effects they could have in an adolescent body. The Doctors discuss how overuse injuries can adversely affect skeletal growth plates in maturing children.
Identical and Fraternal Twins
Twin sisters Jennifer and Jessica, 28, find out for the first time if they’re identical or fraternal.
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