“Every child gets earaches, sore throats, sinus infections and now that we’re exiting flu season and entering allergy season, hardly a week passes that something isn’t going on. I want to help parents determine when the ear, nose and throat symptoms that their child is experiencing are deserving of more intense medical attention,” explains Kids First host, Rosalie Greenberg, MD. Joining her is Dr. Huma Quraishi, a pediatric otolaryngologist, a specialist in disorders of the ears, nose and throat.
The Thyroid: What is it? Where is it?
& What should we know?
Dr. Lawrence Silverman, a pediatric endocrinologist, at Morristown Memorial's Goryeb Children's Hospital, joins Dr. Greenberg to help us understand the thyroid gland and its function.
Defining and Discussing P.A.N.D.A.S / P.A.N.S
Parents need to know about PANDAS/PANS. If their children experience debilitating changes in their behavior, seem to develop OCD overnight, suffer from extreme anxiety, severe mood swings, it's time to look at their immune system for an answer.
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