It is flu-season and there is a new toddler board book out that helps teach young children how to blow their nose to help prevent catching viruses! If you have ever tried to teach a toddler how to blow his or her nose, you know as a parent that they will inhale, blow out of their mouths, spit, and do everything but blow their nose. Some children will even run away. So how does a parent keep their child from wiping their nose on their sleeves? You teach them with their imagination like early childhood expert, Janice Robinson-Celeste did in her newest book, Miles’ Stuffy Nose.
It’s flu season and here’s what you need to know to keep your child healthy and well. Our publisher and host, Janice Robinson-Celeste interviewed Dr. Sylvia Owusu-Ansah, a pediatric emergency medicine physician who works at a Children’s Hospital in Western Pennsylvania, which serves 80-100,000 children through their emergency department about the Novel Coronavirus and the flu. Stay well out there!