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Maternal health risks linked to childbirth persist throughout postpartum year
Study suggests racial and ethnic disparities in severe maternal morbidity rates up to a year after delivery, higher risk for those with anxiety and depression.
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Reading print books to toddlers is better than e-books
New research shows that traditional print books foster more quality engagement and interaction between parents than digital books.
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A 5-year-old Buckeye fan with a maize and blue heart
Michigan Medicine doctors help 5-year-old Chloe Moser and her parents during her fourth major heart surgery at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital in Ann Arbor.
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6 management habits to reduce disparities in pediatric type 1 diabetes
In type 1 diabetes, new research identifies critical ways to improve blood sugar management across different demographic groups.
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5 ways to teach children gratitude
Four in five parents say children today aren’t as thankful as they should be, and more than half worry that they overindulge them.
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Comparing outcomes between therapies for babies with hypoplastic left heart syndrome
Researchers look at whether the type of surgical shunt used in newborns with complex heart disease makes a difference by the time they’re adolescents.
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Understanding how frailty in children with heart conditions may influence outcomes  
A third of children and adolescents who underwent a complex procedure for a severe congenital heart condition were identified as frail.
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Can talking to kids during TV time buffer screen time effects on development?
A new study suggests that talking with children during TV time may help stimulate overall curiosity and aid in early childhood development.
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Michigan Answers: Questions About Autism
Jenny Radesky, M.D. joins us to help sort through myths and facts associated with the most searched questions about autism.
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20 things to know about COVID-19 vaccines for kids under 12
Kids 5-11 are now eligible for Pfizer’s COVID vaccine. Pediatric experts share answers to parents’ questions as they consider vaccinating their child.
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5 ways to prepare your child for the COVID vaccine
Now that kids are eligible to get the COVID vaccine, it’s important to prepare them for what comes next, and to help manage fear of needles. Use these five expert tips to get your child ready to get their shot.
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Is it safe to trick-or-treat this Halloween?
Is it safe to trick-or-treat this year? A pediatrician shares her top three tips for a COVID-safe Halloween in 2021.
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11 myths about COVID vaccines and kids
A pediatric infectious disease expert responds to frequently raised concerns about vaccinating kids against COVID.
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Depression, anxiety may be linked to c-section risk among pregnant women
Study sheds light on relationship between perinatal mood and anxiety disorders and first time cesarian delivery among pregnant women.
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A third of children ages 7-9 use social media apps
Poll finds 1 in 6 parents of elementary and middle schoolers who use social media don’t use parental controls, and 2 in 5 say it’s too time consuming to monitor apps.