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Children’s Health on GMT: Treating Ear Aches

  Dr. Eric Berg, a Pediatric Otolaryngologyst with the Children’s HealthSM Ear, Nose and Throat program appeared with Carrie McClure and Dr. Sue Hubbard on WFAA’s Good Morning Texas to discuss ear aches in children, symptoms and approaches to treatment.   Only for use with CME360 Videos

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Speech and Hearing Milestone Quiz: Answer These Questions About Your Child

  From the moment your child is born, he or she begins to communicate. Because spoken language and hearing go hand-in-hand, children with auditory problems may have difficulty with language and other forms of communication as they grow. By referring to typical developmental milestones for hearing children, you and your child’s doctor can identify delays […]

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Seven Must-Know Facts About Autism Spectrum Disorder

In honor of Autism Awareness Month, our experts with the Children’s HealthSM Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities (CADD) share seven must-know facts for parents. Matt Mosconi, Ph.D., clinical researcher, licensed psychologist and head of the research division in CADD, and Stormi PulverWhite, Psy.D, licensed psychologist and head of the psychology division in CADD, weigh […]

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8 Tips for Preventing Allergies this Spring

Hay fever is far and away the most common allergy in the United States. Depending on the type of pollen your child is allergic to, he or she may only have symptoms at certain times of year. For instance, a child with a birch pollen allergy will have increased symptoms in the spring when birch […]

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Did You Know? A Closer Look at Foster Care.

  More than 400,000 children in the United States are in foster care with almost 7,000 of those in our region. Children in foster care, intended as a temporary living arrangement, have been abused, neglected or are abandoned by their parents. They live with either relatives or in licensed foster homes under state custody in […]

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Children’s Health on Good Morning Texas: Autism Spectrum Disorder

Stormi Pulver White, Psy. D., a pediatric psychologist with the Children’s HealthSM Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities joined Dr. Sue Hubbard on WFAA’s Good Morning Texas recently to discuss Autism Spectrum Disorder, its signs, symptoms and what you as a parent should know. Look for an expert from Children’s Health twice monthly on GMT as they […]

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Children’s Health and Greater Dallas Neighborhood Council to host a CHIP/Medicaid Application Assistance Fair

DALLAS – The Children’s HealthSM Community and Government Relations department in collaboration with the Greater Dallas Neighborhood Council (GDNC) is hosting a Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)/Medicaid Application Assistance Fair on Sat., March 21, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Children’s Health Specialty Center, 2350 N. Stemmons Freeway in Dallas. CHIP can cover […]

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6 Signs Your Child May Have an Eating Disorder

Eating disorders are characterized by unhealthy approaches to eating, weight and exercise. But they are more than a refusal to eat healthy; eating disorders are complex psychiatric disorders. If your child has an eating disorder, he or she also might have problems with self-image, anxiety and even depression. As many as 24 million people in […]

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