Including Children in Discussions about Their Medical Care
Children have wild imaginations. Sometimes, this can cause them to worry about things they should not.
In this video, adolescent medicine specialist Nadja G. Peter, MD discusses why it is important to be honest and upfront with your child about his or her medical care.
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