Kids' Health Tips from the Experts at CHOP

At The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, we know that every aspect of your child's health is important, right down to yearly well visits. That's why we've extended the care provided by experts at our Main Campus in West Philadelphia, right into your neighborhood. In our CHOP Care Network, we provide routine checkups, specialty care, and urgent care at more than 50 locations throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
On Tuesday, Dec. 17 from noon to 1 p.m., two CHOP pediatricians will be online to answer your questions about kids' health. Send questions now!

Ask about:

Feeding infants and toddlers
Winter illnesses
Potty training
Sleep issues
Getting picky kids to eat
Developmental milestones
My baby spits up all the time, could it be reflux, and is there any treatment?
I read that kids under two years old shouldn't watch any TV. Can't it be educational?
What are the recommendations for how much TV kids should be watching?

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Our panelists for Tuesday's chat:

Stephanie Daniel MD Stephanie Daniel, MD, is a pediatrician at CHOP Primary Care Network HighPoint, which is located in Chalfont, Pa. She grew up in the Wyncote area and completed residency at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Her interests include newborn care, healthy lifestyle/obesity management, and mental health. Anthony Napoli, MD, is a pediatrician at
CHOP Primary Care Gibbsboro, located in Camden County, N.J. He is a Voorhees, N.J. resident and has been in practice in the South Jersey area for more than 20 years.