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Childhood Obesity: Reducing Calories
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Children's Safety: Bicycle Injuries
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Coronary Artery Disease: Stents and Management of Heart Disease
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Emergency Planning: When to go to the ER
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Fainting in Children: Preventing Fainting
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Fever in Small Children
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Heart Arrhythmia: Abnormal Heart Beat in Children
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Heart Care: Anxiety Disorders May Increase Heart Attack and Stroke Risk
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Heart Disease: Battling Risk Factors in Children
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Heart Failure: Diagnosis and Congestive Heart Failure Treatment Options
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Heart Failure: The Two Types of Heart Failure--Systolic and Diastolic
The heart may "fail" due to problems with either the pumping function of the heart...
Heart Failure: Psychological Needs of Patients and Caregivers
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Heart Health Program: Exercise for Kids
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Heart Health Program: Pediatric Weight Management Program Overview
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Heart Health: Control of Risk Factors
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Heart Health: Echocardiography to View the Heart
The advanced imaging technique called contrast echocardiography can have a significant impact on the diagnosis...
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Heart Murmurs: Abnormal Murmur in Children
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Heart Transplants: An Overview of Heart Transplants
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Hypertension: Medication Treatment
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Hypertension: Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Disease
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Imaging Studies of the Aorta: Overview of the Aorta
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Imaging Studies of the Femoral Artery: Overview of the Femoral Artery
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Imaging Studies of the Heart & Vascular System: Cat Scan Technology
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Imaging Studies: Coronary Artery Disease and Atherosclerosis
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Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD): An Overview
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Infections: Brionchiolitis
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Infections: HIV in Children
Dr. Sandra Fowler, a pediatric infectious diseases specialist, indicates the prevalence of HIV among adolescent...
Infections: Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA)
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Infections: Otitis Media (Middle Ear Inflammation) in Children
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Injury Prevention: The Importance of Proper Safety Equipment
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Interventional Radiology: Varicose Veins
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Lymphoma: Cancer in Children
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Mandibular Distraction: An Overview
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Metabolic Syndrome: Diet and Exercise in the Treatment of the Metabolic Syndrome
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Metabolic Syndrome: Overview of the Metabolic Syndrome
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Metabolic Syndrome: Prescription Therapy for the Metabolic Syndrome
When diet and exercise are not enough, prescription medications may be necessary to treat the...
Migraine Headaches: Different Types of Migraines
1 in 10 school age children are afflicted with headaches known as common migraines....
Migraine Headaches: Treatment for Migraines in Children
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Minimally Invasive Surgery using a Robot
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MUSC Children's Hospital Level I Trauma Center Destination
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Neck Masses: Causes of Neck Masses in Children
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Noisy Breathing: An Overview of Subglottic Stenosis in Children
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Nutrition: Eating for Heart Health
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Obesity: A Program for Elementary Students
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Overweight: Nutritional Guidance for Overweight Children
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Pacemakers: Potential Complications
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Pectus Excavatum and Minimally Invasive Surgery
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Pediatric Emergency Department: An Overview
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Pediatric Neurology: What is Pediatric Neurology?
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Pediatric Surgery and Minimally Invasive Techniques
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Physician Profile: Dr. Matthew Toole
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Precocious Puberty: What is Early Puberty?
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Prevention of Secondary Heart Attack
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Procedures in Cardiology: Cardiac Catheterization for Diagnosis and Treatment of Heart Disease
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Quality of Care at MUSC
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Radiation Treatment for Cancer in Children
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Seizure: What is a Seizure?
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Seizures in Children: Less Severe Seizures (Febrile Seizure)
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Seizures in Children: More Severe Seizures
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Seizures in Children: Ketogenic Diet
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Shaken Baby Syndrome: An Overview
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Shaken Baby Syndrome: Injury and Prevention
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Short Stature: An Overview of Short Stature in Children
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Sickle Cell and the Influence of Chronic Therapies on Bone Mineral Density
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Sickle Cell Disease: Course of Illness
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Sickle Cell Disease: Genetic Factors
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Sickle Cell Disease: Symptoms and Benefits of Bone Marrow Transplant
Dr. Michelle Hudspeth, the director of the pediatric blood and marrow transplant program at MUSC’s...
Sickle Cell Disease: Treatment and Cures
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Signs of ADHD
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Snoring
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South Carolina Ophthalmologists on Amblyopia: An Overview of Amblyopia, “lazy eye”
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South Carolina Ophthalmologists on Performing a Pediatric Cataract Surgery
Dr. Edward Wilson, a Pediatric Ophthalmologist and one of the experienced South Carolina ophthalmologists at...
South Carolina Ophthalmologists on Vision: Outdoor Activity Leads to Better Vision in Children
Kids who spend more time outside - and away from the television set - are...
South Carolina Stroke Specialist Explains a Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA)
Interventional neuroradiologist at MUSC's stroke treatment center Dr. Aquilla “Quill” Turk discusses transient ischemic attacks...
South Carolina Stroke Specialists Give an Overview of Ischemic Stroke
Neurosurgeon at MUSC's stroke treatment center Dr. Raymond Turner focuses in this podcast on ischemic...
South Carolina Stroke Specialists on Treatment of Acute Stroke
Interventional neuroradiologist Dr. Aquilla “Quill” Turk describes the presenting symptoms of an acute stroke, noting...
Speech and Language Pathology Services
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Stimulants: Use Among Young People
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Stroke Treatment Centers on Emergency Treatment
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Stroke: Evaluating Risk
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Stroke: Overview of Hemorrhagic Stroke and Ruptured Aneurysm
Dr. Raymond Turner, a neurosurgeon at the stroke treatment centers of MUSC, discusses hemorrhagic stroke,...
Surgical Repair of Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate
Dr. Christopher Discolo, assistant professor in the Department of Otolaryngology at the Medical University of...
Tetanus: What is Tetanus?
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The Flu Shot: When and Why to be Vaccinated
The Flu Shot: When and Why to be Vaccinated
The Importance of a Children’s Emergency Room
Dr. Scott Russell, the Medical Director of MUSC Children’s Hospital Emergency Room explains the advantages...
Tonsils: An Overview of a Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy
Pediatric Otolaryngologist, Dr. David White, talks in detail about the surgery to remove the tonsils...
Traumatic Brain Injury Safety
Dr. Keith Borg, a MUSC Children's Hospital Emergency Department physician discuss what a traumatic brain...
Type 2 Diabetes and the Importance of Exercise for Children
Dr. Deborah Bowlby, a pediatric endocrinologist at the Medical University of South Carolina, discusses how...
Vaccinations: Relationship between Childhood Vaccinations and Autism
A topic of controversy is whether or not there is a relationship between childhood vaccinations...
Vaccines: Adolescent Vaccines
Dr. Paul Darden, who specializes in pediatric epidemiology and delivery of immunizations, discusses adolescent vaccines....
Vaccines: Controversy Over Childhood Immunizations
Dr. Paul Darden, who specializes in pediatric epidemiology and delivery of immunizations, explains the controversy...
Vaccines: The Flu Vaccine
Dr. Paul Darden, a specialist in pediatric epidemiology and immunizations, talks about why children should...
Vascular Problems at Stroke Treatment Centers: A Team Approach
Dr. Aquilla “Quill” Turk, a radiologist and one of MUSC's South Carolina stroke specialists with...
Vascular Problems: Arteriovenous Malformations
Dr. Aquilla “Quill” Turk, an interventional neuroradiologist, presents an overview of a vascular problem called...
Vitamin D: Research at MUSC
In this podcast Dr. Carol Wagner, an expert in the area of infant nutrition, describes...
Water Safety and Drowning Prevention
Water safety is extremely important, especially for children that aren’t accustomed to the water....
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