News & Notes

Welcome to the News & Notes section of the WIND Study Website

 

Check in below for the latest news on respiratory health and for updates on the WIND Study– this is where you can read articles about bronchiolitis or look over our latest newsletter. Feel free to fill out our contact form and let us know if there are any topics you’d like to read more about.

 

Please keep in mind while reading that the websites and articles linked to below do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the WIND Study. News articles and excerpts from scientific literature are provided here simply to give you a snapshot of the current discourse on children’s respiratory health—they are items we hope you might find relevant and interesting to read! They are not in any way meant to sway or influence you; please remember always to consult your child’s primary care provider if you have any questions or concerns about your child’s health.

 

Heat Rash

As the summer temperatures continue to rise, heat rash, a skin condition that is most common in young children when the weather is hot and humid, will become more common. What is heat rash? Tiny red or pink spots, usually in body areas that tend to be […]

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Staying Active with Your Child

With summer in full swing, make the most use of the good weather and engage in some physical activities with your child! Here are some ideas for each age group: Age 1-3: Have your child play outside with siblings, pets, or other children. Go out for a […]

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Summer Safety Tips

Here a few tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics to help keep your family safe in the summertime. Fireworks, including sparklers, can cause severe burns or other injuries. Instead of using fireworks at home, families should enjoy fireworks by attending community fireworks displays run by professionals. […]

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Car Seat Safety

Whether you plan to go on a road trip across the country or just drive around the neighborhood this summer, it’s important to put your child in a car seat that will keep them safe. Here are some factors to consider when choosing a car seat for […]

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Asthma Awareness Facts

May is Asthma Awareness Month! To promote asthma awareness this May, the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology created this diagram to share some important facts about asthma: In the future, we hope that the WIND Study will help contribute to making asthma less common, less severe […]

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Feel the Beat: Exploring Music with Your Child

Does your child enjoy clapping, singing or dancing to music? Music can help young children develop brain pathways that will help them learn skills, such as reading and math. Music is also a fun way for you and your child to spend time together! Here are a […]

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Newsletter Spring 2015

Here is our spring newsletter (you can read it in Spanish, too)! In this issue, check out the latest updates on the study, learn about the link between asthma and reflux , and get to know one of the study’s co-investigators, Dr. Juan Celedón.

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Cooking with Your Child

Have you ever tried cooking with your child? When your child spends time with you in the kitchen, it can help them develop new skills and lay the foundation for healthy eating habits. It may also encourage them to try new foods. Here are some tips on […]

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Reading with your Child

Did you know it’s never too early to start reading with your child? Recently, the American Academy of Pediatrics created a new “Literacy Toolkit” for doctors and parents. This toolkit contains information for parents to help children develop the skills they will need to read, learn, and […]

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In the Literature: Peanut Allergies

Recently, there was new research published in the New England Journal of Medicine about the development of peanut allergy in young children. The results suggest that young children at high risk of developing a peanut allergy may be able to decrease their chances of developing the allergy, […]

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