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”Young & Healthy“ features thoughts and perspectives from Cincinnati Children’s experts, patients, families – and even kids! – on all things pediatric health. Join us for lively conversations about current health topics and issues that affect children today. This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only.
 
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The Young & Healthy Podcast is back for season two and in this first episode, we are pleased to have Cincinnati Children’s new President and CEO, Steve Davis, MD, join us in the studio. Our conversation with Steve covers his vision for himself as a leader, a bit about his earlier career and what he loves most about his job and about Cincinnati Chil…
 
This week on the podcast, we bring together the podcast team to talk about our favorite episodes and reflections on Season 1 of Young & Healthy. Michael English and Symfhani Pitts join Kate Setter to wrap up the season and provide some recommendations for must-listen episodes that newer listeners may have missed. Be sure to join us again in January…
 
This week on the podcast, we welcome parents who are also members of the Marketing and Communications team at Cincinnati Children’s. Michael English and Allison Bradley join us to discuss the magic of the holidays and Santa Claus. Our guests share the role that Santa plays in their household during the holidays. We also discuss how they found out a…
 
This week on the podcast, we welcome members of the pastoral care team at Cincinnati Children’s. Daphene Baines, Chaplain Marc Zumhagen, and Chaplain Yisroel Kaufman join us for an exciting and heartfelt conversation about holiday traditions. We dive into the meaning of a tradition and why it is important to learn about traditions different from ou…
 
The holiday season is here and as Thanksgiving approaches, we are pleased to welcome Dr. Lynne Merk, a clinical psychologist here at Cincinnati Children’s, to talk about gratitude during the holidays and throughout year. Listen in as Dr. Merk shares how being grateful is good for health and happiness, as well as advice on how families can make grat…
 
This week on the podcast, Dr. Kara Ayers and Dr. Susan Wiley, faculty members in our Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, join us to talk about how parents can help their kids understand and learn about people who have disabilities. Listen in as Dr. Ayers and Dr. Wiley share their professional and personal experiences to describe ho…
 
Drs. Patty Manning-Courtney and Bob Frenck join us to provide an update on the COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11. Join us as we answer parent questions about vaccine research, allergies and the vaccine, natural immunity, side effects and benefits of vaccination for children five and older. For more information on our vaccine clinics or to …
 
This week on the podcast, we talk to pediatric dentists, Drs. Giulia Castrigano and Patrick Ruck on all things oral health. Tooth decay is the most common disease in children, but the good news is, it is also preventable. Join us to discuss when kids should see a pediatric dentist, when to start brushing and brushing techniques, tooth decay, dental…
 
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 1 in 5 high school students reported being bullied on school property. This week’s episode discusses in-person bullying with Dr. Ryan Adams, PhD, Associate Professor. Our conversation includes the different types of bullying, the effects of bullying, what to do if your child i…
 
This week on the podcast, we talk to Dr. Beverly Smolyansky about self-esteem in kids. Low self-esteem has the potential to lead to children engaging in negative behaviors and activities that could impact their quality of life. It is vital that parents nurture positive self-esteem to maintain a child’s overall health. Join us as we break down why s…
 
Dr. Abigail Matthews, a clinical psychologist and associate director of the Eating Disorders program at Cincinnati Children’s, joins us to discuss her newest research on eating disorders and the effects the pandemic has had. We learn more about her study, discuss types of eating disorders, biological predisposition to disordered eating and the stre…
 
This week on the podcast, we talk to Dr. Mary Carol Burkhardt about respiratory syncytial virus, commonly known as RSV. Listen in as we break down the symptoms of RSV and thoughts on why we’re seeing it so early in the year, bronchiolitis, advice for parents who are feeling the stress of so many respiratory viruses circulating in the community, if …
 
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, suicide is the second leading cause of death among people aged 10-34. September is Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month, and it is imperative to have conversations about mental illness and mental health. In this week's episode, we discuss suicide prevention with Dr. Courtney Cinko, a child and…
 
Your little girl is growing up and is showing signs that she is about to start her period. Where did the time go? How should we talk to her about this? We know parents have many questions as they gear up to have this vital conversation with their daughter about periods. This week on the podcast, Dr. Lesley Breech, a Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecol…
 
Vaping and e-cigarette use among adolescents is an ongoing health concern that has been labeled a global epidemic. In this week's episode, we discuss vapes and e-cigarettes with Dr. Sheila Goertemoeller who is a Pharmacist, Clinical Toxicologist and Drug Abuse Prevention Specialist. Our conversation includes the harmful effects of vaping, vaping re…
 
In celebration of National Breastfeeding Month, Dr. Julie Ware, a physician in the Center for Breastfeeding Medicine, joins us to discuss breastfeeding. In this episode, we talk about the highs and lows of a mother’s breastfeeding journey, milk sharing, tips for new mothers, breastfeeding disparities, and so much more. For additional resources and …
 
Drs. Patty Manning and Bob Frenck join us to provide an update on the COVID-19 pandemic. We discuss the current state of the pandemic, masking for students in schools, vaccines for younger age groups and recommendations for families to keep kids safe as the 4th surge of the pandemic continues to grow. Click for frequently asked questions about COVI…
 
This week on the podcast we are talking about car seats with certified Child Passenger Safety technician, Michelle Price. Join us as we discuss how to choose a car seat for your child, when to progress your child from rear facing, to front facing, to booster seat, and finally to front seat. We also bust some myths and talk about peer pressure, shar…
 
This week on the podcast we are talking about books and the importance of reading to children from birth. Our guest, Tiana Henry, a literacy expert and children’s book enthusiast, shares her tips for how to find books your child will love, resources for free books to start your home library, school readiness and we even share some of our favorite b…
 
This week on the podcast, we discuss social engagement post-COVID! Our guests, pediatric psychologists, Dr. Stephanie Filigno and Dr. Wendi Lopez join us to share some helpful tips for parents. In this episode, we discuss social re-engagement anxiety, signs of social re-engagement anxiety, coping strategies and we even answer some parent questions …
 
This week on the podcast, we discuss chest pain in kids with Dr. Bill Hardie, Pediatric Pulmonologist, and Dr. Adam Powell, Pediatric Cardiologist. We discuss causes of chest pain in adolescents, sports physicals and screenings, chest pain with COVID, what to do if you witness a sudden cardiac arrest and we ask and answer some parent questions.…
 
About 10% of people report that they have a penicillin allergy when asked. But most of those people are not truly allergic to the medications. This week we discuss penicillin and penicillin allergy. Our guests Trisha Wendling, Nurse Practitioner and Tricia Earl, Clinical Care Coordinator, RN, join us to talk about what happens when a child is label…
 
With cell phones, tablets, computers, and social media being so readily available, kids are spending more time in front of screens than ever before. During the pandemic, children used technology to attend school virtually, communicate with family, and connect with friends, which all increased the use of electronics. This week we discuss screen time…
 
This week on the podcast, we discuss the COVID-19 vaccine with kids! Our guests, 12-year-old Yasmeen, 17-year-old Anna and Dr. Joe Real join us to share how they feel about the vaccine, conversations they are having with friends and family, and so much more.由Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
 
This week on the podcast, we discuss kids and sugar! Our guests, Catherine Anthony and Delaney Elam, are Registered Dieticians in the Heart Institute and they joined us to share helpful information and useful tips. In this episode, we discuss added sugar versus natural sugars in foods kids like, popular drinks and foods with a lot of added sugar, p…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has been tough for everyone. Children have missed so much – time with grandparents, in-person school, prom, graduation, and sports. Overnight, the pandemic changed life as they knew it. This week we discuss the effects of COVID-19 in children and their families. Our guests, Dr. Josh Schaffzin, Dr. Monica Mitchell, and Dr. Mary…
 
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