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    Sutter Children's Center, Sacramento

    View Video - Children's Hospital within a Hospital

    What is a "Children's Hospital within a Hospital"
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    Blake was born at just 27 weeks and spent 75 days in the NICU at Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento. Learn about our Level IIIC NICU and our patient and family-centered care.
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    Childhood Eczema
    Did you know that eczema affects 10% of all children? Learn more about this condition from pediatric allergist, Mark Grijnsztein, M.D.
    Guest speaker: Mark Grijnsztein, MD

    Food Allergies in Children
    Discover what a food allergy is and how to help your child cope if they have one.
    Guest speaker: Mark Grijnsztein, MD



    Learn about the signs and facts about autism from Michael Chez, M.D.


    Episode 14: Breastfeeding - The Basics
    Breastfeeding is a natural and normal way to feed your baby. Learn how to get started from Kate Risingsun, RN, IBCLC.

    Breastfeeding - Problems & Concerns
    Discover the answers to some of the most common breastfeeding issues, featuring Kate Risingsun, RN, IBCLC.

    Breastfeeding - Going Back to Work
    Kate Risingsun, RN, IBCLC talks about how to prepare you and your baby for your first day back in the office.

    Breastfeeding - The Older Baby and Weaning
    Breastfeeding is an important and intimate bond between mother and baby. Kate Risingsun, RN, IBCLC talks about how to know when it is time to wean.


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    Pediatric Heart Program
    Watch this video to learn about the Pediatric Heart Program at Sutter Children's Center, Sacramento.
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    Episode 3: Type 2 diabetes in children
    More and more children are developing Type 2 Diabetes at a young age. Find out what causes it and what you can do to prevent your child from developing it.
    Guest speaker: Gnanagurndasan Prakasam, MD


    Pre-Term Babies

    Sutter Roseville Medical Center NICU nurse Trish Cruise share her personal story of caring preemies and Sutter Health's partnership with the March of Dimes.
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    Scoliosis: Minimally Invasive Surgery
    Learn about minimally invasive scoliosis surgery featuring George D. Picetti, III, M.D. and Alison, a 12-year-old with scoliosis.
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    Spine Surgery: Jamie's StorySpine Surgery: Jaime’s Story
    Jaime had severe pain. Spine surgery by Kavian Shahi, M.D.,Ph.D., helped get this athlete back into competition.
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    Pediatric Sleep Disorders
    Learn the signs and symptoms of childhood sleep disorders from Amer Khan, M.D.

    Episode 8: Tips forgetting babies and toddlers to sleeping through the night
    Learn how a bedtime routine can help the whole family get the rest they need.
    Guest speaker: Dale Stark, M.D.


    Teenage Health

    Episode 7: Helping Teens Deal with Acne
    Discovery how parents can help their children cope with the physical and emotional effects of acne.
    Guest speaker: Michael Trauner, M.D.

    Episode 5: Facts about the HPV vaccine
    Find out the facts about the new HPV vaccine and how it helps prevent cervical cancer.
    Guest speaker: Laurie Gregg, M.D.

    Episode 4: Healthy lifestyle choices for teenagers
    Learn how food choices and exercise can help prevent childhood obesity.
    Guest speaker: Gnanagurndasan Prakasam, M.D.

    Episode 13: How to Talk to Your Children about Sex
    Get some tips on how to make these important conversations more comfortable for you and your child.
    Guest speaker: Richard Gould, M.D.