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Teen suicide rates have increased over the last few years. Kristina Miller discusses her son’s attempted suicide and how to talk to teens about depression.
In 2022, we saw 24 snake bite cases at Children’s—a majority of which struck a foot, hand or leg after a child unknowingly stepped near or on it. if you live in Georgia and your family spends time outside, this is worth a listen.
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Dr. Robert Whitehill, cardiologist at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, discusses cardiac arrest in children and the power of quick access to CPR and an AED.
In this eye-opening episode, Rachel shares her story and Angie Boy from our Stephanie V. Blank Center for Safe and Healthy Children shares actionable tips for keeping kids of all ages safe online.