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6 tips for teaching kids to swallow pills
For many children, taking medicine is literally a tough pill to swallow. The UC Davis Children’s Hospital Child Life and Creative Arts Therapy team shares some tips and tricks to help children learn to swallow pills: #pills #childrenshealth #learn #medicine
Tips to help children adjust to #daylight savings time:
This weekend, the #clocks will turn back by an hour for #daylightsavings time. UC Davis pediatrician Dr. Lena van der List offers a few #tips for families to help them ease into this new routine. Spoiler alert: #planning ahead is key!
Advice for beating the #bedwetting blues
#bedwetting is very common in childhood and a habit many kids will grow out of as they age. We asked pediatrician, Dr. Lena Van der list shares some causes, strategies and solutions that can help families beat the bedwetting blues: #pottytrainingtips #advice #bedtime
6 Tips to help parents of picky eaters
Do you have a picky eater in your household? Picky eating can be part of the growing process for children and isn’t necessarily a bad thing. See what advice our experts have for parents in dealing with a picky eater. #pickyeater #healthy #kids #advicesforparents
Type 1 Diabetes Summer Camp -- UC Davis Children's Hospital
The UC Davis Type 1 Diabetes Summer Camp provides friendship, fun and diabetes education for patients battling Type I Diabetes. Activities at the summer camp include rock climbing, swimming, field games and T-shirt print designing. UC Davis Children's Hospital physicians and nurses -- many of whom also have Type I Diabetes -- assist at the summer camp.
Jason Love’s journey with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and UC Davis Children’s Hospital began when his daughter Emily was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) at 2 years old. Today, Emily is now 6 years old and cancer free, thanks to the care and treatment she received at UC Davis Children’s Hospital.
Art Therapy - UC Davis Children's Hospital
UC Davis Children's Hospital offers art therapy for its patients every weekday afternoon. Led by art therapist Katie Lorain, art group offers opportunities for children to engage in a wide variety of mediums and techniques which are developmentally appropriate, enjoyable and open to the entire family.