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Managing Exercise Induced Asthma in Athletes

Posted by: Allison Strouse, MS, AT, ATC on Sep 19, 2018

When we breath, air is commonly moistened and heated in our nasal passages. Often, during physical exertion, athletes will breathe more through their mouths rather than their noses, so the air they inhale is colder and dryer. For some people, this irritates and narrows the airways, leading to asthma symptoms.  

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700 Children’s features the most current pediatric health care information and research from our pediatric experts – physicians and specialists who have seen it all. Many of them are parents and bring a special understanding to what our patients and families experience. If you have a child – or care for a child – 700 Children’s was created especially for you.

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Emotional Support for the Colorectal Patient

Sep 12, 2018

Children with colorectal diagnoses, such as an anorectal malformation, Hirschsprung disease and functional constipation, can experience a wide range of medical, social and emotional challenges. These diagnoses are unique in nature due to invasive treatment plans that can largely impact life at home, school, peer relationships and overall quality of life. Read More

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Your Child Has Talked About Ending Their Life: What's Next?

Sep 10, 2018

Talking to your child about suicide may be the toughest and most uncomfortable conversation you ever have, but it may also be the most important. Listening makes your child more comfortable about sharing thoughts and feelings that are upsetting and deeply personal. Read More

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Take the Hassle Out of Homework: 6 Ways to Help Your Child

Sep 06, 2018

Homework is important and provides countless benefits like improved comprehension, cognition and memory. So, how can you encourage your child to do their homework without a nightly battle? Check out these six tips to take the hassle out of homework. Read More

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Brain Tumors in Children: Common Symptoms and Advances in Treatment

Sep 04, 2018

Brain tumors can occur at any age. Diagnosing a childhood brain tumor early and accurately can save lives and reduce long-term disability.  Read More

Back in the Saddle: Injuries in the Equestrian Athlete

Aug 30, 2018

Whether you are mounted or unmounted, injuries from riding horses can range from mild to life threatening. Serious injuries can occur when a rider is thrown, trampled, kicked, or dragged and any time a rider experiences a serious injury, he or she should seek medical care immediately. Read More

School Adjustment

Tips for Helping Your Child Stay Adjusted to the School Year

Aug 28, 2018

With the school year underway, it can be difficult to keep up the momentum to support your child’s adjustment year round. Here are some tips to help your child stay adjusted to school routines and expectations. Read More

Pets and Children

Pets and Children: Keeping Kids Safe When Animals Are in the Home

Aug 24, 2018

Dogs, cats, and other pets can be wonderful additions to the family. They can be fuzzy friends that provide love and companionship for many years. Unfortunately, even the most loving of pets can bite. Read More

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Broken Bones 101

Aug 23, 2018

Whether you have toddlers or teens, you are familiar with the fact that kids regularly test the law of gravity. So you probably won’t be surprised to hear that broken bones are the number one injury we see in the emergency room.  Read More