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Kids are not just ‘little adults’ who need smaller sized medical options. True pediatric medical excellence is tailor made. Twice a month, Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital experts offer insight into the fascinating world of a top children’s hospital, the complex cases that reinforce their purpose and innovations on the health care horizon. If you’re interested in medical mysteries, sound medical advice and new practices changing lives for our future generation, this is the podcast for you.
 
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Ear infections are one of the most common medical issues for babies and toddlers. It can be a frustrating cycle for parents before it is recommended that your child get ear tubes. Dr. Anthony Sheyn, Division Chief of Pediatric Otolaryngology at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital, is here to help parents understand everything they need to know about ear…
 
Child Neurologist and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Specialist Tanjala Gipson, MD, works with kids with diagnoses such as autism, ADHD, behavioral challenges and other special needs. After having difficulty finding care for her son who born with developmental delays, she knew she wanted to specialize in providing excellent care for children with …
 
Meet Dr. Dana Giel, one of the pediatric urologists at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital. From a very young age, she knew she wanted to be a doctor. Drawn to the surgical side of medicine, Dr. had colleagues that guided her to urology where she could get to know patients in clinic and work with her hands in operating room. Learn more about her career …
 
Meet Dr. Hugo Martinez, director of Cardiovascular Genetics and co-director of the Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Program at Le Bonheur. In this episode of the Peds Pod, learn more about Dr. Martinez, why he chose to become a doctor and what he likes to do when he’s not helping the children at Le Bonheur’s Heart Institute.…
 
Sometimes the bones of a baby's skull join together too early in a condition called craniosynostosis. Dr. Paul Klimo, chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Le Bonheur, discusses the signs and treatments of this relatively common condition.Kirjoittanut Le Bonheur Childrens Hospital
 
Being a new mom can be overwhelming, especially when it comes to breastfeeding. Breastfeeding can be stressful, but it’s not something moms have to tackle alone. Seeking help from a lactation consultant can improve the experience for both mom and baby. Here to talk with us today is Le Bonheur nurse and International Board Certified Lactation Consul…
 
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, known as ADHD, is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders of childhood. Here to talk more about what every parent needs to know about ADHD is Colby Butzon, PhD, a licensed Le Bonheur Children’s psychologist who sees patients at Pediatric Associates in Memphis.…
 
Across the nation, health care providers are seeing more little ones contract respiratory syncytial virus, most commonly known as RSV. The virus typically peaks in winter months, but for the last two years, we have seen summer surges. RSV is extremely transmissible and can be dangerous for infants or young children. Most children will get RSV by th…
 
Back to school season has arrived and one important item on every back to school list should be a well-child checkup with your child’s pediatrician. Dr. Sandra Arnold discusses childhood vaccines, why your child should get them, vaccine hesitancy, and more.Kirjoittanut Le Bonheur Childrens Hospital
 
After months of rigorous testing and clinical trials, and following uninamous approval from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), COVID-19 vaccines are now available for children 6 months and older. We know parents want what’s best for their children and understandably have questions a…
 
Summer is officially here! Kids are excited to jump into the pool and get into their various summertime activities. However, increased activity often results in increased injury. From swimmer’s ear to allergies to head trauma, summertime ear, nose and throat safety should be taken seriously to ensure our kids have a great summer. Dr. Anthony Sheyn,…
 
Two-month-old Eleanor Nolen had total hearing loss due to bacterial meningitis. Her only chance to hear would be cochlear implants, but her inner ear was quickly turning to bone due to the infection. Thanks to Le Bonheur ENT Joshua Wood, MD, she became the youngest child ever documented to receive cochlear implants.…
 
Local research has shown that during the pandemic, children got well behind on their well child pediatrician visits and regular childhood immunizations. Memphis Shelby County Schools, Shelby County Health Department, Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and The University of Tennessee Health Science Center have partnered to host pop-up vaccination events…
 
Le Bonheur Pediatric Neurologist and Director of the Neuroscience Institute's Comprehensive Headache Center Ankita Ghosh, MD, discusses headaches in kids - what to look for, how to prevent them and when to seek a higher level of care for your child.Kirjoittanut Le Bonheur Childrens Hospital
 
Clinical trials are essential to bring new treatments to the kids who need them. Dr. Dennis Black, Le Bonheur's vice president of research and the scientific director at the Children's Foundation Research Institute, answers the common questions he hears about pediatric clinical trials, how clinical trials work and which kids benefit from them.…
 
At a children's hospital, where patients often can't tell their doctors what they think is wrong, medical mysteries can become especially intensified. Dr. Sandra Arnold discusses diagnosing Infantile Botulism as well as how she teaches the next generation of doctors how they can solve similar medical mysteries.…
 
In an effort to reduce hospitalizations of diabetes patients, Le Bonheur has developed two clinics, Fresh Start and BEGIN, for children and adolescents with poorly controlled type 1 diabetes. Led by Le Bonheur Endocrinologist Kathryn Sumpter, MD, these clinics use a comprehensive approach to diabetes control, including education, psychoscocial supp…
 
Vaccines to protect against COVID-19 are now available for adolescents and teens 12 and up. This is an encouraging development and a big step forward in the fight to end this pandemic. The pediatric experts at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital know that parents want to make informed decisions about their children’s health care and may have questions a…
 
A secondary effect of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the significant increase in eating disorder diagnoses and relapses in the pediatric population. Eating disorders are among the most fatal psychiatric illnesses, so concerns raised by parents, friends, teachers, or others should be taken seriously and evaluated by a physician as soon as possible. …
 
Le Bonheur Medical Director of Infection Prevention Nick Hysmith, MD, discusses what Le Bonheur and the community are seeing currently with the pandemic. In his state of the pandemic address, Dr. Hysmith discusses our current COVID-19 situation, MIS-C, the emergence of vaccines and different COVID-19 variants.…
 
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