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Ask KOMO: Positive Parenting (3:06)
Dr. Ken Feldman gives tips for how to manage the stress that all parents feel.
Healthlink: ADHD Impact
Dr. Chris Varley, director of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry program at Seattle Children’s, comments on the struggles children with ADHD face, and a new study showing children with ADHD are more likely to suffer from early anxiety and behavior problems.
Help Your Anxious Child: Blow Colors (00:01:24)
Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson shares a little trick to help coach children who are anxious.
Earthquakes, Disasters, Tsunamis: Teaching Children to Cope with Grief
Dr. Bob Hilt, director of psychiatric emergency services at Seattle Children's Hospital, discusses ways parents can help their children cope during major disasters like earthquakes, tsunamis and man-made disasters. Dr. Hilt role-plays so you can learn how to talk with your child about their grief and concerns.
Good Growing: Eating Disorders in Teenage Boys (4:15)
Dr. Rose Calderon discusses body image issues and eating disorders in teenage boys.
Healthlink: Eating Disorders in Teens (00:03:04)
Pediatrician Dr. Cora Breuner discusses the warning signs of eating disorders in teens.
Tips for Stress-Free Kids (4:31)
You’d think kids don’t have much to stress about, but school, the media, social pressure and even family life are putting a heavier burden on our children than ever before. Dr. Cora Breuner has some tips for stress-free kids.
Healthlink: Prescription Drug Abuse (00:02:57)
Dr. Leslie Walker discusses teen prescription drug abuse.
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Watch heartwarming stories about mothers and patients and learn more about the amazing work done by the doctors and nurses at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Presented by Safeway. Consider making a donation to Seattle Children’s in honor of a woman you know, love or admire at Seattlechildrens.org/mothersday. Aired Saturday, April 27, 2013, at 7 p.m. on KOMO.
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