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Pediatric Residents Share Tips for Keeping Families Healthy

Dec. 19, 2019

This roundup is by Isabelle Tunnell, the digital content student worker for Dell Medical School’s communications team. Tunnell is a Plan II and Finance senior at The University of Texas at Austin.

The Texas Medical Association's “Me and My Doctor” blog serves as a space for medical professionals to dialog with patients about common health care issues. See advice and insight shared there over the past year by resident physicians — doctors in training, under the supervision of attending physicians — who are completing a Pediatric Residency at Dell Medical School.

Pediatric Resident Blog Posts

November

“Everyone Else is D.O.ing it”: A BreakD.O.wn of Vaping, the Dangerous Trend Among Teens
Emily Hazen, D.O.

Concussions in the Student-athlete — What They Are & What to D.O. About Them
Christopher Ng, M.D.

October

Your 16-year-old Checkup: Why It’s Important & What to Expect
Hannah Canter, M.D.

Teens Need Their Vaccines
Yasaman Ahmadieh, D.O.

September

Ankle Injuries Among Teenagers and Young Adults
Blake Barber, D.O.

August

Run for Your Mind: The Significance of Exercise for Teens
Richard Thompson, D.O.

When to Seek Medical Attention After Hitting Your Head
My Le, M.D.

July

Chest Pain in Teens: Anxiety Could Be the Culprit
Molly Ray, M.D.

Promoting Safe & Healthy Social Media Use Among Teenagers
Janice Loh, M.D.

June

Cracking the Code of Genetic Disorders
Alicia Renck, M.D.

Protect Your Skin: Tips on Sun Safety
Ila Sehgal, D.O.

Your Phone Can Wait — The Dangers of Distracted Driving
Katrin Lichtsinn, M.D.

April

A Deeper Look at an Illness Often Bemoaned: Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Virginia Barak, M.D.

March

The Trouble With Teenage Sleep — & How to Improve It
Ryan Lowery, M.D.

Female Athlete Triad: The Condition Teen Girls in Sports Need to Know About
Hannah Canter, M.D.

January

Navigating Growth Spurts in Teens
Alexandra Bicki, M.D., MPH

Protect Yourself From Bacterial Meningitis
Kevin Francioni, M.D.

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