Here at Children’s Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska, it’s just kids. All day, every day. With the Just Kids Health podcast, Children’s pediatric experts are here to answer your questions and weigh in on hot topics—to help you keep your child healthy, safe & strong. We’re here for you. Listen in.

Individual Episodes



COVID-19 Q&A Medical & Physical Health

Pediatric specialists Dr. Alice Sato and Dr. Christopher Maloney field questions from parents and share precautions to take during this uncertain time and what Children’s Hospital & Medical Center is doing to curb the spread.

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COVID-19 Q&A Behavioral & Mental Health

Pediatric behavioral health experts Dr. Jennifer McWilliams and Dr. Mike Vance field questions from parents regarding anxiety in children, routines, screen time and more—all to help you and your child.

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COVID-19 And Sports Medicine Q&A

Pediatric sports medicine physicians — Dr. Natalie Ronshaugen and Dr. Kody Moffatt field questions to help you keep your young athlete healthy so they’re ready to get back to play when the time is right.

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Virtual Visits

Dr. Andrew Huang Pacheco, pediatric gastroenterologist, and Rebecca Ohlinger, Children’s manager of virtual care, share how virtual visits are transforming medical care and address common questions and misconceptions about virtual care.

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Is it safe…?

We ask two Children’s Physicians pediatricians “is it safe?” Every family is unique; no situation is the same, but our team is here to offer expert guidance and guidelines, sharing expertise to help your family make decisions about what is safe and what should be avoided this summer.

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Talking to Your Kids About Race

In this episode, we talk and most importantly, LISTEN, to Shavonne Washington-Krauth, Children’s Culture & Inclusion Manager and Dr. Mike Vance, Director of Children’s Behavioral health, about how to have healthy discussions about racism and discrimination – with your children.

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Mental Health Series: Depression In Children & Teens

In our first episode in a series of episodes dedicated to the mental health of children, we talk to Children’s Behavioral Health experts about depression. When & why does it develop? And perhaps most importantly, we share resources on when & how to seek clinical help for your child.

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Mental Health Series: ADHD

In this episode—the second in our series on mental health in children & teens—Children’s behavioral health experts weigh in on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, better known as ADHD. How does this disorder impact children—and what should parents know?

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Mental Health Series: Anxiety In Children & Teens

In this episode—the third in our series on mental health in children & teens—our topic is anxiety. What triggers it in kids? What are the signs? And what can parents do to help a child struggling with anxiety? Children’s behavioral health experts are here to offer their guidance and perspective.

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Back to School Safety

In this episode, we talk to Children’s physicians about how to prepare your child to go back to school, keep them safe, and enhance their education — whether it’s for in-person or remote learning.

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Debunking Mask Myths

In this episode, we talk to Children’s physicians to help us debunk the myths about wearing masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and to determine fact from fiction.

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School in 2020

In this episode, we talk to Children’s educators about how you can help your child be productive and kick off a successful season of learning.

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Flu Season 2020

In this episode, we talk to Children’s physicians about what to expect during the 2020 flu season and how parents can prepare amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Screen Time and Children’s Health

In this episode, we talk to Children’s physicians about managing screen time during COVID-19, when many children have extra screen time due to e-learning.

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