Constipation in toddlers and play ideas when you're stuck indoors

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Thu 14 January 2016

30 mins

For toddlers, a sore tummy can often mean constipation and a lot of discomfort. Leading paediatrician from the Royal Children's Hospital, Dr Margie Danchin, talks about how to recognise constipation in children and how best to treat it.

Professor Len Harrison from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute talks about his latest research uncovering the relationship between food allergies and hyperactive immune cells at birth.

And, Neva Elliott, author of Busy Little Kids, gives us some great play ideas for small children when your stuck indoors.

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