Top 10 Medical Innovations; Rethinking Children Struggling Academically

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The most exciting new medical innovations chosen by a panel of Cleveland Clinic doctors this year include a drug that could help to prevent bone fractures in osteoporosis patients and a promising new treatment for peanut allergies. Join The Sound of Ideas as Clinic doctors detail the latest in medical care. Later, if your child is failing in school, you might need to see the principal ... and the pediatrician.

Guests: 

-Dr. Michael Roizen, MD, Emeritus Chief Wellness Officer, Cleveland Clinic 

-Dr. Chad Deal, M.D., Rheumatologist and Head of the Center for Osteoporosis and Metabolic Bone Disease, Cleveland Clinic 

-Dr. Khaldoun Tarakji, M.D., Associate Section Head, Cardiac Electrophysiology, Cleveland Clinic

-Dr. Alice Hoyt, M.D., Allergist and Clinical Immunologist, Cleveland Clinic 

-Dr. Nagy Mekhail, M.D., Ph.D., Pain Management Specialist, Cleveland Clinic

-Dr. Art Lavin, M.D., Pediatrician & Chairman, Committee on the Psychosocial Aspects of Child and Family Health, American Academy of Pediatrics

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