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Kids Considered™ is a UC Davis Children’s Hospital podcast, featuring two pediatricians who discuss child health topics of interest to parents in plain, non-medical language. New subjects are considered in every episode, discussing issues that apply from healthy pregnancy to birth to teen years. We have different styles of practice and viewpoints, but our goals are the same: we want to optimize children’s health and development, and help parents understand current recommendations and why policies are the way they are. We aim to provide accurate and timely information in an entertaining manner to increase the confidence of parents as they address the sometimes confusing parenting issues of our day. Although our podcast is aimed mainly for parents, pediatricians and other health care providers might find our discussions of interest. And children might want to get a behind the scenes look at what their parents are listening to.

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Kids Considered™ is a UC Davis Children’s Hospital podcast, featuring two pediatricians who discuss child health topics of interest to parents in plain, non-medical language. New subjects are considered in every episode, discussing issues that apply from healthy pregnancy to birth to teen years. We have different styles of practice and viewpoints, but our goals are the same: we want to optimize children’s health and development, and help parents understand current recommendations and why policies are the way they are. We aim to provide accurate and timely information in an entertaining manner to increase the confidence of parents as they address the sometimes confusing parenting issues of our day. Although our podcast is aimed mainly for parents, pediatricians and other health care providers might find our discussions of interest. And children might want to get a behind the scenes look at what their parents are listening to.

    Riding in Cars With Kids–Car Seats, Boosters and Riding Shotgun

    Riding in Cars With Kids–Car Seats, Boosters and Riding Shotgun

    Car seats have been one of the biggest victories in child safety in our lifetime. However, many still find the laws and recommendations around car seats confusing. This podcast discusses why rear-facing is best, when to turn to front facing and ultimately transition to a booster seat. We also review tips installing and ensuring you have the safest driving situation for your family.

    This episode written by Dr. Lena Vanderlist and Dr. Dean Blumberg.

    We thank Dr. Ben Hoffman from Doernbecher Children’s Hospital for reviewing this episode, although Drs. Lena and Dean take responsibility for any errors or misinformation.

    Supplemental material:



    * Healthy Children How long should my child ride rear-facing?

    * National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Car Seat Finder Find the right car seat

    * National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) NHTSA’s Recall Notification Email System

    * The Car Seat Lady How to Buckle a Child in a 5-Point Harness

    * The Car Seat Lady When is a Child Ready to Use a Booster Seat

    * American Academy of Pediatrics Policy Child Passenger Safety



    Photo from Consumer Reports

    • 24分
    Discipline Do’s & Don’ts

    Discipline Do’s & Don’ts

    Disciplining children is one of the most difficult parts of parenting. This podcast discusses reinforcing positive behaviors and working to extinguish negative behaviors across childhood. From ignoring and redirecting to time-outs and grounding, we discuss what strategies work, and why physical punishments can have long term detrimental effects.

    This episode written by Dr. Lena Vanderlist and Dr. Dean Blumberg.

    We thank Dr. Dawn Blacker Pediatric Clinical Psychologist at the UC Davis CAARE Center for reviewing this episode, although Drs. Lena and Dean take responsibility for any errors or misinformation.

    Supplemental material:



    * Healthy Children What’s the Best Way to Discipline My Child?

    * American Academy of Pediatrics policy Spanking and Child Development Across the First Decade of Life

    * Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Locations and Other Keys to Effective Time-Outs

    * Zero To Three Toddlers and Biting: Finding the Right Response

    * Healthy Children American Academy of Pediatrics Updates Policy on Corporal Punishment



    Photo from Virginia Beach GrowSmart

    • 26分
    Children Really Can Love To Eat Their Veggies

    Children Really Can Love To Eat Their Veggies

    So your school-age child just won’t eat any vegetables.  No broccoli, no carrots, no squash, no, no, no, no, that’s all you ever hear.  You’re concerned that their diet is not healthy, maybe they are missing some essential vitamins or nutrients, maybe this will affect their growth.  Not to worry, because in this episode we interview special guest and Food Genius Amber Stott!  Learn about Broccoli Boundries and Radish Routines, why offering a variety of healthy options is important, the value in getting children involved in shopping for vegetables and much more in this episode.

    This episode written by Amber K. Stott, Dr. Dean Blumberg and Dr. Lena Vanderlist.

    We thank Amber K. Stott, Chief Food Genius and Founding Executive Director at the Food Literacy Center in Sacramento, California, for joining us for this episode.

    Supplemental material:



    * Food Literacy Center

    * Food Literacy Center Ranch Dressing Recipe

    * Food Literacy Center Butternut Squash Tacos with Sauteed Kale Recipe

    * Healthy Children 10 Tips for Parents of Picky Eaters



    Photo from Veg News

    • 25分
    Picky Eater Parenting

    Picky Eater Parenting

    Toddlers and preschoolers often go through a picky eating phase. Although most children grow out of it, picky eating may be associated with adverse consequences for children’s health, and it’s important for them to have a healthy and nutritious diet to optimize growth and development. In this episode, we discuss the origins of picky eating and strategies to deal with it. We explore positive approaches such as sharing meals, offering healthy choices, making food fun, involving children in food preparation and more. We also discuss strategies that are not likely to work including punishment and bribes. Hungry for more? Then listen to this episode!

    This episode written by Dr. Mary Beth Steinfeld, Dr. Dean Blumberg and Dr. Lena Rothstein.

    We thank Dr. Mary Beth Steinfeld, developmental-behavioral pediatrician at the MIND Institute at UC Davis Children’s Hospital, for joining us for this episode.

    Supplemental material:



    * Healthy Children 10 Tips for Parents of Picky Eaters

    * Zero to Three How to Handle Picky Eaters

    * Burkhard Bilger New Yorker November 25, 2019 Issue Can Babies Learn to Love Vegetables?



    Learning To Love New Foods music and lyrics by Dean Blumberg, performed by Dean Blumberg and Lena Rothstein, music performance coach Tori Steeley music therapist at UC Davis Child Life and Creative Arts Therapy Department.

    Photo from Verywell Health

    • 28分
    Learning Financial Responsibility

    Learning Financial Responsibility

    Understanding money and finance is crucial in today’s society. However, most children are not receiving formal training in money management in school. There are many ways parents can increase their children’s financial literacy and help set them up for success as they navigate the world of earning and budgeting later in life. In this podcast, we discuss recommendations surrounding allowances, saving and checking accounts, budgeting, charitable giving and promoting work in teens.

    This episode written by Dr. Lena Rothstein and Dr. Dean Blumberg.

    We thank Valarie Hash an education manager at Junior Achievement of San Diego County for reviewing this episode, although Drs. Lena and Dean take responsibility for any errors or misinformation.

    Supplemental material:



    * Healthy Children Allowance for Teens–Using an Allowance to Teach the Value of Money

    * Healthy Children Managing Money

    * National Financial Educators Council Cash for Candy Family & Friends Participation Guide

    * National Financial Educators Council Teach Kids about Money (Tips 1 through 5)

    * The Mint Fun For Kids

    * Warren Buffett’s Secret Millionaires Club

    * Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Money as You Grow:  Help for parents and caregivers

    * Parents.com Money Milestones for Kids: An Age-by-Age Guide



    Photo from CUInsight

    • 21分
    The Worst Cut is the Deepest—Does Your Child Need Stitches?

    The Worst Cut is the Deepest—Does Your Child Need Stitches?

    Scrapes, cuts and lacerations inevitably occur in virtually all active children. What’s the best way to treat these? How can you stop the bleeding? How do you know when you need to take your child to get stitches? We discuss these issues, including alternatives to stitches, how to minimize scarring, and how to best help your child during a procedure such as getting stitches.

    This episode written by Dr. Dean Blumberg and Dr. Lena Rothstein.

    We thank Dr. Emily Andrada, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Specialist at UC Davis Children’s Hospital, for reviewing this topic, although Drs. Dean and Lena take responsibility for any errors or misinformation.

    Supplemental material:



    * Healthy Children Cuts, Scrapes & Scar Management: Parent FAQs

    * Stop The Bleed How to Stop the Bleed

    * Black KD et al Pediatrics In Review article Wound Management



    Ouch! music and lyrics by Dean Blumberg, performed by Dean Blumberg and Lena Rothstein, music performance coach Tori Steeley, music therapist at UC Davis Child Life and Creative Arts Therapy Department.

    Photo from Olympic View Elementary School

    • 29分

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