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Parent and UAB pediatrician Candice Dye, M.D., provides tips that can make the difference in saving a child’s life during hot summer months.
A UAB expert explains how you can help strengthen children’s attention during virtual learning.
Taking flotation devices off children can be a scary topic, but the UAB aquatics team provides five signs to help know when your child is ready.

Sandra Sims, Ph.D. 

Quality physical education programs • Integrated physical education and health education • Health & wellness 

A pediatrician shares safety tips that parents can keep in mind as summer rages on.

Russell Griffin, Ph.D. 

Gun violence • Gun violence-protection • Motor vehicle-related injuries and prevention • Pediatric trauma outcomes • Improving clinical care of trauma and burn patients • Treating acte kidney injury in newborns 

Jennifer Summerlin, Ph.D.

Pedagogy • Children's literature and reading • Developmental reading • Best practices in literacy • Dyslexia intervention

Summer camps can provide entertainment and many benefits for children.
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Laura McGuinn, M.D.

Developmental pediatrics • Behavioral pediatrics • Autism spectrum disorder • Learning disabilities in children • Intellectual disabilities in children 

Tamera Coyne-Beasley, M.D.

Puberty • Teen health • Behavioral concerns in adolescents • Parenting 

Vivian Friedman, Ph.D.

Child psychology • Parenting • Children's mental health

David Kimberlin, M.D.

Vaccinations: safe, effective and life saving; schedule for school age kids • Measles, mumps and rubella • Cold and flu in children • Infectious disease outbreaks, such as Zika • Antiviral treatments • Whooping cough • Congenital CMV and neonatal herpes infections

Candice Dye, M.D.

Water safety and children • Traveling with children • Infant safe sleep

Tedra Smith, DNP

Parenting and children's health • Emergency medicine & crisis management • Addiction 

UAB child safety researcher testing augmented reality app to prevent roadway injuries and death.
Developmental psychologist Huarong Wang, from China's Nantong University, was drawn to UAB by David Schwebel's "very influential" research on child safety.
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