Kidsburgh host Kristine Sorensen sits down with school principal Molly O'Malley-Argueta to discuss some best practices for attending parent-teacher conferences.
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Kidsburgh Kidcast: Parent-Teacher ConferencesKidsburgh host Kristine Sorensen sits down with school principal Molly O'Malley-Argueta to discuss some best practices for attending parent-teacher conferences.
Kidsburgh Kidcast: Preventing MeaslesWith kids going back to school, Dr. Todd Wolynn of Kids+ Pediatrics wants to set the record straight on properly immunizing students to protect them from the recent measles outbreak.
Reporter Update: Kristine Sorensen: Boys & Girls ClubKids are learning about artificial intelligence, and Kidsburgh's Kristine Sorensen has the scoop on the projects that are coming out of it!
Kidsburgh: Attack Theatre Working With Western Pa. School For The Deaf To Teach Students DanceA local dance company is collaborating with the Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf in Edgewood, teaching the students dance; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
Kidsburgh: Pittsburgh-Area Golf Programs Teach Kids Life Lessons Along With Golf SkillsIf you're interested in your child trying golf, some programs in the Pittsburgh area are making it accessible and affordable for all kids; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
Kidsburgh: Remake Learning Days Kicks Off 10-Day EventRemake Learning Days starts Thursday and continues for the next 10 days with more than 300 events, most of them free, all across the Pittsburgh region; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
Kidsburgh: Earth Day Events For Families In The Pittsburgh AreaOne billion people across 180 countries now observe Earth Day, and in the Pittsburgh area, there are all kinds of events specifically designed for families; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
Ask Dr. G: Letting Your Kids Feel UncomfortableParenting Expert Dr. Deborah Gilboa stops by Pittsburgh Today Live to talk about the importance of letting your kids feel uncomfortable sometimes.
Kidsburgh: Using Art Therapy As A Treatment For Eating DisordersSocial media, or media in general, do not cause an eating disorder, but research shows they can influence a person's dissatisfaction, eating patterns and self-image; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
Kidsburgh: Celebrating Spring Around The Pittsburgh RegionIf you're looking for something to do with your kids outside now that spring has arrived, Kidsburgh has all kinds of ideas; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
Ask Dr. G: Helping Or Hurting Your ChildParenting expert Dr. Debi Gilboa stops by with some advice on the best ways to help kids with academics without hurting them.
Kidsburgh: Finding The Best Summer Camp For Your ChildrenSummer may seem like a long way off, but parents, now is the time to sign up your kids for summer camps; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
Number Of Teens Becoming Addicted To Nicotine From Vaping On The RiseLocal schools say vaping is becoming a huge problem among students, and experts add that teen nicotine addiction is up dramatically because of it; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Kidsburgh: Clean Your Closets & Help Others At The Same TimeKidsburgh ambassador Yu-Ling Behr has a guide for how to clean your closets and help others at the same time.
Kidsburgh: Boy With Autism Finds His Voice Thanks To Special iPadA local 7-year-old boy who has autism was never expected to say more than a word or two, but today, he's speaking; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
Children's Hospital Free Care Fund: Noah's StoryDuring an ultrasound, one Butler County couple learned their baby would not be able to breathe or eat on his own after he was born, but doctors at Children's Hospital helped baby Noah find his appetite and his voice; KDKA's Kristin Emery reports.
Study: Postpartum Depression Also Affects MenSome symptoms for postpartum depression in men include aggressive behavior, irritability, working more and, in some cases, drinking more; KDKA's Heather Abraham reports.
Officials Stress Importance Of Discussing Opioid Dangers With Pre-TeensThe DEA and the Allegheny County District Attorney's office have been doing middle school presentations for years, but with drugs more potent and easier to get than ever before, what you do at home is crucial; KDKA's Julie Grant reports.
Online Calculator Helps Parents Decide Between Work Or Staying HomeThe average American spends hundreds or even thousands of dollars a month in childcare costs. That forces parents to choose between working or staying home; CBS's Danielle Nottingham reports.
Caution: Even On Mild Day, Kids Can Get Burned On Playground EquipmentPlayground equipment can heat up quickly and cause burns to children, even on a mild day; KDKA's Susan Koeppen reports.