You’ve childproofed the house to avoid any accidents that could occur – but what many parents overlook are choking hazards in food. Dr. Cindy Gellner explains why certain foods can cause choking in young children, and the few foods that she mentions might surprise you. She also describes the symptoms of choking in kids and what you can do if your child is choking.
Thomas Miller, M.D. Chief Medical Officer University of Utah
Some of the world's most brilliant minds are choosing to transform science and medicine in one particular place.
Doctor Thompson with the University of Utah Department of Medicine residency program
Tour of the new UNI Facility
The Next Generation of Heart Care
A six-minute informational clip explaining the Gerontology Masters and Certificate programs and their applications through faculty, graduate, and student
Doctor Skibitsky with the University of Utah Department of Medicine residency program
Parental dissatisfaction, health & wellbeing among older adults in China
If You Get Winded Easily It Might Be Pulmonary Hypertension
New Guidance Statements on Management of Venous Thromboembolism
How Can I Get My Child to Stop Biting Her Nails?
Health Care Insider: Helping Patients Better Communicate With Physicians For Successful Discharges
You Got Hurt 3 Weeks After Starting Cross Fit—Here’s Why
Family planning: why so controversial?
History repeats itself - even in medicine
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