Welcome to the KUTV 2News Baby Your Baby podcast. Here we talk about pregnancy, having a baby, and all things parenting.
Sponsored by the Utah Department of Health and Intermountain Healthcare.
How parents can help siblings adjust to a new baby
Having a first baby is exciting. Having a second baby and introducing them to the sibling brings its own set of stresses for some. How will the sibling respond? How best to introduce the baby to the family? Jade Elliott spoke with Peter Lindgren, pediatrician, Intermountain Healthcare, to learn about the best ways to introduce … Continue reading How parents can help siblings adjust to a new baby →
Common skin conditions your new baby may experience
There’s nothing like the pure, beautiful, soft skin of a baby! But your baby’s skin is still developing and that makes it very sensitive and prone to some skin conditions. Jade Elliott spoke with Dylan Alston, a dermatologist with Intermountain Healthcare to help us learn about some common baby skin conditions, and know which of … Continue reading Common skin conditions your new baby may experience →
Trying to get pregnant? When to see an infertility specialist
Infertility or having difficulty becoming pregnant is common. In the U.S., about 9 percent of men and 11 percent of women have experienced infertility. For couples who struggle with infertility, it may seem like everyone around them is able to have children, but them. Infertility means lots of waiting, and is often accompanied by feelings of … Continue reading Trying to get pregnant? When to see an infertility specialist →
How women can learn to accept and embrace their postpartum body
Women’s bodies change and expand as they grow a baby for the typical nine months of pregnancy. When having a baby, not only do women deal with incorporating their new addition into their lifestyle, but they also need to navigate how their postpartum body looks, as well as all the emotions that come into the … Continue reading How women can learn to accept and embrace their postpartum body →
Choosing the right formula for your baby
Breastfeeding has many benefits for babies and also for moms. The antibodies in breastmilk help protect babies from illness. Breastmilk has just the right amount of fat, sugar, water, and protein to help babies continue to grow. The research and evidence is clear, breast milk is the best food for infants and breastfeeding is associated … Continue reading Choosing the right formula for your baby →
Researching a change into pediatric seizure protocol for EMS providers
The longer a child has a seizure after 5 minutes, the harder it is to stop with medications. This fact is why developing protocols and eliminating barriers for Emergency Medical services to provide anti-seizure rescue medications quickly is so important. Primary Children’s’ Emergency Department hopes a new clinical trial will further empower EMS pre-hospital providers … Continue reading Researching a change into pediatric seizure protocol for EMS providers →
I have pcos and would love to go into detail about that with a guest dr
Turn your voice down.
Intro WAY TOO LOUD. Expect to have volume WAY down.
Thanks for the episode on potty training! It have some great info!