What’s in your medicine cabinet? Are you ready for the next time your child gets hurt or sick? Kristine Sorensen gets expert advice from pediatrician Dr. Todd Wolynn of Kids Plus Pediatrics on what you should have at home to hold you over before you need to see the doctor.
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Kidsburgh Kidcast: What to Have in Your Medicine CabinetWhat’s in your medicine cabinet? Are you ready for the next time your child gets hurt or sick? Kristine Sorensen gets expert advice from pediatrician Dr. Todd Wolynn of Kids Plus Pediatrics on what you should have at home to hold you over before you need to see the doctor.
Kidsburgh Kidcast: Ideas for PlayingWith the holidays in full swing, toys are top of mind of children everywhere, but parents and caregivers don't have to spend a lot of money, or even any money, for kids to have fun playing. Cara Ciminillo, Executive Director of Trying Together, shows Kristine Sorensen all kinds of ways to encourage creative, unstructured play with your kids.
Kidsburgh Kidcast: Teaching KindnessThe movie "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood" is reminding everyone about the many values Fred Rogers taught us, especially the importance of kindness. But teaching children how to be kind may not be simple. Parenting expert Dr. G makes it easier with 3 ways parents and caregivers can teach kids how to be kind.
Kidsburgh Kidcast: Choosing A PediatricianA pediatrician can play a big role in a child's life, so for a parent, it's important to choose the right doctor for your child. We get expert advice on what research to do and questions to ask when you're picking a pediatrician. Here's KDKA's Kristine Sorensen's edited conversation with pediatrician Dr. Todd Wolynn, CEO of Kids Plus Pediatrics.
Kidsburgh Kidcast: Bullying AdviceBullying is a serious problem for a lot of kids, and many schools are addressing it. But the conversation should also happen at home with parents and kids. KDKA's Kristine Sorensen talks with a local principal about bullying and what parents can do about it. Here's the edited conversation between Kristine and Molly O'Malley-Argueta, principal of Allegheny Traditional Academy in Pittsburgh Public Schools.
Newborns at Washington Hospital Dress Up For HalloweenThese babies were all born in the days before Halloween in the CARE Center for Family Birth and Women’s Health ... so they were dressed up for the holiday!
Kidsburgh Kidcast: Halloween Safety With AAAIn this week's Kidsburgh Kidcast, Kristine Sorensen chats with a safety expert about some Trick-or-Treat best practices.Jim Garrity
Kidsburgh Kidcast: Installing CarseatsIn this week's Kidsburgh Kidcast, KDKA's Kristine Sorensen chats with Terri Rae Anthony from AAA, about how to properly choose and install car seats.
Kidsburgh Kidcast: Talking About School ShootingsIt's a sensitive and uncomfortable topic... How do you discuss school shootings with your kids? KDKA's Kristine Sorensen talks with parenting expert Dr. Debi Gilboa in this week's Kidsburgh Kidcast.
Kidsburgh Kidcast: Babyproofing Your HomeOn this week's Kidsburgh Kidcast, a babyproofing expert talks about her favorite ways to keep your home safe for kids!
Kidsburgh Kidcast: Homework HelpShould parents be helping their kids with homework? KDKA's Kristine Sorensen talks it over with Principal Molly O'Malley-Argueta in this week's Kidsburgh Kidcast.
Reporter Update: Chris Hoffman - Young Adults VapingKDKA's Chris Hoffman has a preview of this afternoon's report, discussing vaping among high school students.
Meghan Schiller Reporter Update: Controversial Elementary School HomeworkKDKA's Meghan Schiller reports on a homework assignment that was sent home with local first graders, that has parents very upset.
Reporter Update: Children's Hospital Cancer ResearchKDKA's Rick Dayton reports on a huge donation to fund cancer research at UPMC Children's Hospital in Pittsburgh.
Kidsburgh Kidcast: Importance of PlayWe think of play as an opportunity to have fun, but when it comes to our kids, it's important for development, too! Hear from an expert on the best ways to engage your kids in playtime.
Kidsburgh Kidcast: Parent-Teacher ConferencesKidsburgh host Kristine Sorensen sits down with school principal Molly O'Malley-Argueta to discuss some best practices for attending parent-teacher conferences.
Kidsburgh Kidcast: Preventing MeaslesWith kids going back to school, Dr. Todd Wolynn of Kids+ Pediatrics wants to set the record straight on properly immunizing students to protect them from the recent measles outbreak.
Reporter Update: Kristine Sorensen: Boys & Girls ClubKids are learning about artificial intelligence, and Kidsburgh's Kristine Sorensen has the scoop on the projects that are coming out of it!
Kidsburgh: Attack Theatre Working With Western Pa. School For The Deaf To Teach Students DanceA local dance company is collaborating with the Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf in Edgewood, teaching the students dance; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
Kidsburgh: Pittsburgh-Area Golf Programs Teach Kids Life Lessons Along With Golf SkillsIf you're interested in your child trying golf, some programs in the Pittsburgh area are making it accessible and affordable for all kids; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
Kidsburgh: Remake Learning Days Kicks Off 10-Day EventRemake Learning Days starts Thursday and continues for the next 10 days with more than 300 events, most of them free, all across the Pittsburgh region; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
Kidsburgh: Earth Day Events For Families In The Pittsburgh AreaOne billion people across 180 countries now observe Earth Day, and in the Pittsburgh area, there are all kinds of events specifically designed for families; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
Ask Dr. G: Letting Your Kids Feel UncomfortableParenting Expert Dr. Deborah Gilboa stops by Pittsburgh Today Live to talk about the importance of letting your kids feel uncomfortable sometimes.
Kidsburgh: Using Art Therapy As A Treatment For Eating DisordersSocial media, or media in general, do not cause an eating disorder, but research shows they can influence a person's dissatisfaction, eating patterns and self-image; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.