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Being a parent is tough. You can read all the books, social media posts and websites and think you are ready, but babies — when they arrive — don’t always follow the rules. This podcast is for parents of any age child from babies through the teen years who want to make sure their kids stay healthy and safe with practical, down-to-earth advice.

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  • COVID-19 Pediatric Update December 3, 2021
    Norton Children’s “Parenting With You” is a podcast that helps you keep your kids healthy and safer by providing practical, down-to-earth advice for parents of children of any age, from babies through the teen years. In this episode: COVID-19 pediatric updates In this episode, our hosts Erin R. Frazier, M.D., pediatrician, and Tracy Morrison, director […]
  • Injury Prevention November 23, 2021
    On average, 20 children die every day from preventable injuries. In this episode, we explore injuries that affect babies, children and teens, and ways to prevent them. This is a must-listen for any caregiver. Britt Anderson, M.D., pediatric emergency medicine physician with Norton Children’s Hospital, and Sharon Rengers, R.N., manager of injury prevention with Norton […]
  • Internet Safety: How to Keep Yourself and Your Kids Safe October 20, 2021
    Lt. Mike Bowling, commander with the Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch and Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, discusses internet safety. We explore tips on basic internet safety, how to recognize cyberbullying, what’s appropriate gaming and signs that a child may unknowingly be putting themselves at risk on the internet. We also will explore […]
  • COVID-19 and Your Teens and Children August 27, 2021
    Frequently asked questions around the COVID-19 vaccine and the effects on your teens and children with Kristina A. Bryant, M.D., physician with Norton Children’s Infectious Diseases, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, and hospital epidemiologist at Norton Children’s Hospital. Norton Children’s “Parenting With You” is a podcast that helps you keep your kids healthy […]
  • Let's Talk about Asthma and Vaping August 9, 2021
    Signs and symptoms of asthma, triggers, how to best manage asthma, and tools and resources to support youth living with asthma is discussed with Scott Bickel M.D., a pediatric pulmonologist with Norton Children’s Pulmonology, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine. Nikki Boyd, health and wellness coordinator, and asthma and vaping education specialist, with Norton […]
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Flu hasn’t gone away; protect kids and older adults

Kids getting flu shots goes beyond keeping the children healthy and helps keep their grandparents healthy, according to Gary S. Marshall, M.D., infectious diseases physician with Norton Children’s Infectious Diseases, affiliated with the UofL School [...]

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With depression on the rise, focus on gun safety in the home

The spread of COVID-19 has slowed while restrictions are one by one receding into memory. Whatever the “new normal” looks like, it doesn’t mean there won’t be lingering effects of the pandemic. Now more than […]

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Kentucky’s child abuse rate outranks rest of country for third year in row; Indiana leads nation in deaths

For the third year in a row, Kentucky has the highest child abuse rate in the country. The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Children’s Bureau “Child Maltreatment 2019” report — released this year […]

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5 ways to talk to your kids about alcohol

Here’s a staggering fact: In the U.S., more than 60% of teens have had at least one drink of alcohol. Teen drinking is an issue — and if you think your teen is not doing […]

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Take care of your sick child without getting others — or yourself — sick

Temperatures have dropped, and it’s officially cold and flu season. Here are some tips for staying well as you nurse your little one back to health. It’s not too late to get a flu shot […]

Read Full Story
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Flu hasn’t gone away; protect kids and older adults

Kids getting flu shots goes beyond keeping the children healthy and helps keep their grandparents healthy, according to Gary S. Marshall, M.D., infectious diseases physician with Norton Children’s Infectious Diseases, affiliated with the UofL School [...]

Read Full Story

With depression on the rise, focus on gun safety in the home

The spread of COVID-19 has slowed while restrictions are one by one receding into memory. Whatever the “new normal” looks like, it doesn’t mean there won’t be lingering effects of the pandemic. Now more than […]

Read Full Story

Kentucky’s child abuse rate outranks rest of country for third year in row; Indiana leads nation in deaths

For the third year in a row, Kentucky has the highest child abuse rate in the country. The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Children’s Bureau “Child Maltreatment 2019” report — released this year […]

Read Full Story

5 ways to talk to your kids about alcohol

Here’s a staggering fact: In the U.S., more than 60% of teens have had at least one drink of alcohol. Teen drinking is an issue — and if you think your teen is not doing […]

Read Full Story

Take care of your sick child without getting others — or yourself — sick

Temperatures have dropped, and it’s officially cold and flu season. Here are some tips for staying well as you nurse your little one back to health. It’s not too late to get a flu shot […]

Read Full Story

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