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[KSTP TV, September 08, 2016]   A new report from the American Academy of Pediatricians that says that kids shouldn’t specialize in just one sport at least until in their mid/late teens. KSTP-TV talked to Allina Health Clinic pediatrician, Dr. Eric Barth , about that report.
September 08, 2016
[WCCO-AM, August 27, 2016]   School is starting and that means many kids who have been staying up late during the summer, need to get on a new sleep schedule. Dr. Dan Kessler , a behavioral sleep medicine specialist with Allina Health Clinics , talked with WCCO Radio about what kids need to be at their best for school.
August 27, 2016
[KSTP TV, August 20, 2016]   The start of school is nearing and for youth athletes that means getting a physical exam. Dr. Eric Barth , a pediatrician with Allina Health Clinics talked with KSTP News about why those exams are important.
August 19, 2016
[WCCO Radio, August 06, 2016]   If your youngster plays fall sports, he or she probably needs a physical exam in order to play. Allina Health Clinic pediatrician, Dr. Eric Barth talked with WCCO Radio about why those exams are important.
August 06, 2016
[KSTP TV, November 24, 2015]   It would be a challenge for many us. Climbing a huge wall isn’t easy, but imagine doing it with physical challenges.
November 24, 2015
[WCCO-TV, August 24, 2015]   If you haven’t done it yourself, there’s a huge chance you’ve seen someone else doing it at the zoo, the grocery store or a restaurant. It’s called babywearing.
August 24, 2015
[Duluth News Tribune, May 14, 2015]   His smile beaming from having just scaled 15 feet of a climbing wall for the first time in his life, Proctor sixth-grader Dawson McLean was asked if he was as fearless as he looked. Areas in and around the UMD field house featured 16 stations with a wide variety of activities—big ball volleyball, archery, rhythmic gymnastics, obstacle courses, adaptive cycling and more.
May 14, 2015
[KMSP Fox 9, April 28, 2015]   They're creepy and itchy, but the American Academy of Pediatrics says they're not a reason to keep kids out of school. We're talking about head lice.
April 28, 2015
[ABC Newspapers, August 15, 2014]   Last month, employees of Unity Hospital in Fridley collected outdoor activity supplies to donate to kids in the Spring Lake Park School District to keep them active for the remainder of the summer. During a two-week drive, Unity employees donated 163 basketballs, hula hoops and other outdoor toys for kids enrolled in the Park Terrace Elementary School summer program in Spring Lake Park.
August 22, 2014
[KMSP-TV Fox 9 News, February 10, 2014]   Nearly 3 out of 4 U.S. children and young adults consume at least some caffeine, mostly from soda, tea and coffee. The rate didn't budge much over a decade, although soda use declined and energy drinks became an increasingly common source, a government analysis finds.
February 10, 2014