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High Flow Nasal Cannula in Bronchiolitis | Part 1
VAPI: Vaping Associated Pulmonary Injury
AAP Says What!?: Post-Partum Depression Screening
Access, Equity, and School-Based Health Centers
Outpatient Care of Premature Infants | Part 1
Craniosynostosis: Part One
MOCA: 9-12 month development
The Flint Lead Crisis and Patient Advocacy
Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs)
Allergist extraordinaire Dave Stukus busts several allergy myths with our own Michael Cosimini
Liza Green Golan Mackintosh MD, and Solomon Behar, MD discuss the nuances of managing neonatal hyperbilirubinemia with pediatric superstar/doctor/researcher Vinod Bhutani. Yes, that Dr. Bhutani. To hear Part Two of this interview. Subscribe today at https://www.hippoed.com/peds/rap/
Drs. Parul Bhatia and Sol Behar discuss the red flags for chronic abdominal pain and categories of functional abdominal pain for those kids with chronic abdominal pain and no red flags for serious organic pathology.
Pediatric obesity doc Juan Espinoza, MD and Michael Cosimini, MD discuss practical strategies for managing pediatric obesity from a primary care perspective.
Dr. Paul Offit is a world-renowned expert on the safety and efficacy of vaccines. He has authored over 160 articles, co-invented the rotavirus vaccine, and been featured on shows like “60 Minutes,” “The Daily Show,” and “The Colbert Report,” among many others. In this segment, Sol Behar and Neda Frayha pick Dr. Offit’s brain about why our patients may be skeptical about vaccines and how best to communicate with them for the safety and wellbeing of all our patients.
Respiratory Viral Panels in Young Infants