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Putting an End to Bedwetting (4:49)
Dr. Ben Danielson gives tips for dealing with bedwetting and warning signs for more serious problems.
Positional Plagiocephaly (Flat Head Syndrome) and Developmental Delay (2:00)
Matt Speltz, PhD, discusses study findings about how positional plagiocephaly (flat head syndrome) in young babies may be associated with some level of developmental delay, and provides helpful information for parents.
Good Growing: Ask the Doctor with Dr. Ben Danielson (5:27)
Dr. Ben Danielson answers parents’ questions about general pediatric care.
Learning to Learn (15:05)
Dr. Dimitri Christakis discusses the effect of TV viewing on children on KING-TV’s special Learning to Learn.
What Parents Should Know About Body Piercing (3:48)
Body piercing is an ancient practice, but it can also be a dangerous one, especially for kids. Dr. Cora Breuner has some information every parent should know about.
Ask KOMO: HPV Vaccine (4:25)
Dr. Leslie Walker provides the information parents and teens want about human papillomavirus (HPV) and the vaccine.
Facts About Childhood Immunizations (4:25)
Dr. Doug Diekema helps sort out information on childhood immunizations.
Flu Vaccinations for Children (3:31)
Dr. Danielle Zerr discusses the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) updated flu vaccine recommendations for children, and offers parents advice on ways to protect their children from the flu.
Healthlink: Flu Protection
Seattle Children’s Dr. Danielle Zerr discusses a new study suggesting there's a way moms can lower influenza's toll on babies — by getting the shots before they're even born.
Good Growing: Eating Disorders in Teenage Boys (4:15)
Dr. Rose Calderon discusses body image issues and eating disorders in teenage boys.
Good Growing: Puberty and Menstrual Health (3:26)
Dr. Leslie Walker discusses menstrual health issues.
Healthlink: Talking About Sex (5:11)
Dr. Leslie Walker discusses talking about sex with children and provides some helpful tips for parents looking to talk about the subject.
Healthlink: Preschoolers' Screen Time
Dr. Pooja Tandon of Seattle Children’s Research Institute discusses her new study, which links preschoolers’ total daily screen time to their childcare setting.
How TV Watching Can Help Children (2:32)
Television can expose kids to sex, alcohol and violence. But can you turn TV into a parenting tool? Dr. Dimitri Christakis thinks you should. And he just wrote a book about it.
Good Growing: Going to the Hospital (3:59)
Dr. Bruder Stapleton provides tips on how parents can advocate for their children when going to the hospital.
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