Your Toddler's Health: A Third-Generation Pediatrician's Guide to Caring for Your 1-to-3-Year-Old

Podcast-style audio course - 12 Lectures (4 CDs)
Length: 4 hrs and 53 mins
Audio Download + Subscription
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Audio Download + Subscription
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Your Toddler's Health: A Third-Generation Pediatrician's Guide to Caring for Your 1-to-3-Year-Old

Podcast-style audio course - 12 Lectures (4 CDs)
Length: 4 hrs and 53 mins
Audio Download + Subscription
$0.00

The toddler years can be both magical and perplexing, sometimes all at once. Joyous developmental milestones arrive hand in hand with new behaviors that can be difficult for even the best parent to navigate. Luckily, leading pediatrician Dr. Dennis Kuo is here to guide you through every step of this fast-changing period in your child’s life through this accessible audio series.

A 3rd-generation pediatrician, parent, and public health expert, Dr. Kuo understands both the joy and frustration of parenting. He’s seen it all and distills his wisdom for you in 12 funny and insightful sessions, brimming with vital information.

Conveniently divided into 25-minute sessions, Dr. Kuo’s series covers all the bases of caring for children ages 1 through 3. You’ll learn how to create a harmonious relationship with you

The toddler years can be both magical and perplexing, sometimes all at once. Joyous developmental milestones arrive hand in hand with new behaviors that can be difficult for even the best parent to navigate. Luckily, leading pediatrician Dr. Dennis Kuo is here to guide you through every step of this fast-changing period in your child’s life through this accessible audio series.

A 3rd-generation pediatrician, parent, and public health expert, Dr. Kuo understands both the joy and frustration of parenting. He’s seen it all and distills his wisdom for you in 12 funny and insightful sessions, brimming with vital information.

Conveniently divided into 25-minute sessions, Dr. Kuo’s series covers all the bases of caring for children ages 1 through 3. You’ll learn how to create a harmonious relationship with your toddler through consistent routines, healthy diet, and discipline, as well as how to prepare for key milestones and treat common illnesses. Best of all, you’ll emerge from this series with a holistic understanding of what makes your toddler tick.

Parenthood isn’t a science, though it may often feel like an experiment: you don’t know exactly what to do in every situation, but you hope for the best outcome. In Dr. Kuo’s vast knowledge of all things pediatric, you’ll find a consolation and an epiphany.

This course was previously published as Caring for Your Toddler: Secrets from an Expert Pediatrician

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Dr. Dennis Kuo is an award-winning pediatrician and Associate Professor of Pediatrics in the Center for Applied Research and Evaluation in the Department of Pediatrics at the UAMS College of Medicine. Dr. Kuo received his medical degree from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and completed his pediatrics residency at the University of North Carolina Hospitals. He spent several years as a physician in a general pediatrics practice before completing a general academic pediatrics fellowship at Johns Hopkins University, where he received a Master of Health Science at the Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Kuo is an expert in family-centered care, co-management of children with medical complexity, and systems of care for children with special health care needs. He has completed the Improvement Advisor program at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and works in quality improvement in a variety of projects at Arkansas Children’s Hospital and in practices around the state. Dr. Kuo is an attending physician at Arkansas Children’s Hospital and is overseeing the rollout of the Patient-Centered Medical Home there. He sees patients in the Medical Home Clinic for Special Needs Children and supervises residents in the Continuity Clinic at Arkansas Children’s Hospital.
  • What happens in the newborn nursery in the hospital after birth?
  • What should I have at home when I come home with the baby for the first time? 
  • What can I do with my new baby: can I take her outside, can people come and visit her?
  • What should I feed my baby and why?
  • Explain the role of breast feeding and advice for proper nutrition in the first few months after birth.
  • Which solid foods are good for my baby at what stage?
  • What can my baby see when first born? Useful advice on newborns’ behavior.
  • Why does my baby cry every time I leave her side and what can I do about it
  • When can I expect my baby to sit, crawl, walk, talk, laugh, smile?
  • Where should I send my child for day care?
  • Are immunizations safe and which ones should my baby receive?
  • What should I do about my child fever? How is the best way to take the baby’s temperature?
  • How do I know when my child needs to see a doctor?
  • What is colic and what do I do about it?
  • How to decide on breast feeding versus bottle feeding.
  • What is teething and can I make this process more comfortable for my baby?
  • Explains the basics of development: fine motor (picking up things and pointing), gross motor (walking), social, cognitive, speech—what are warning signs for abnormal development in the first year?
  • What are the expecting sleeping patterns of a newborn and what can I do to get a restful night of sleep?
  • Is my baby at risk for Sudden Infancy Death Syndrome (SIDS) and how can it be prevented?
  • Safety tips for my newborn?
  • What should I call my doctor for the baby?

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