Dyslexia is one of the most common learning disorders in children. Listen to learn the common signs of this disorder, effective ways to manage the condition and how to help your child succeed in school.
If you have a child or know a child diagnosed with ADHD, this podcast offers insight on cognitive weaknesses including short term memory and delayed gratification that are present in children with this chronic condition.
To prepare your child for surgery you must first prepare yourself as a parent. Learn what to expect on your child’s surgery day from the moment you enter the surgery center.
Due to hormonal changes after menopause, women have a greater chance of developing osteoporosis during their lifetime. Learn helpful information about osteoporosis, including preventative care and medical and non-medical treatments available for both men and women.
Infant Reflux is a common condition that affects more than half of the babies born in the United States. Our podcast will help explain exactly what is infant reflux, when to be concerned and what you can do to help comfort your child.
Type II Diabetes is preventable, yet it affects more than 50 million Americans. Learn the medical risks associated with diabetes and ways you can prevent yourself and your loved ones from developing this life-altering condition.
Do you know someone who snores? As unpleasant as that sound may be, it is the silence that follows, also known as sleep apnea, that can potentially be life-threatening. Learn whom is most at-risk for developing sleep apnea, when to seek medical attention and what treatments are available for adults and children with this common condition.
Consistent headaches, stuffy nose and pressure around your eyes, nose and temples are all symptoms of chronic sinusitis. Listen to find out who is most at-risk, when to seek medical attention and what treatments are available for this common condition.
A swollen, itchy, red throat may be more than a viral infection. Listen to helpful information about tonsillitis, including medical treatments and when surgery may be recommended.
Does your child has reoccurring ear infections? Listen to information on the ear tube procedure, how many ear infections your child needs to have before going to tubes and if your child can enjoy water activities while wearing the ear tubes.
If you are thinking of adoption, listen here for helpful information on selecting an adoption agency, financial expectations and medical care after adoption.
If your child is scheduled for an upcoming surgery or procedure that requires sedation, please listen to our podcast for information on the different types of sedation, how a child receives anesthesia and monitoring your child after the surgery or procedure.
As the fall begins, so does influenza season, but this year the word flu has so many people on edge because of a virus called H1N1. Learn how you can protect your family from the Influenza viruses, who should be vaccinated and the differences between seasonal and H1N1 Influenza.