How to Keep Your Child’s Lungs Healthy

As parents, there are precautionary steps you can take to protect your child’s lung health. Dr. Katherine Rivera-Spoljaric, Pulmonologist at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, shares advice on how to keep your child’s lungs healthy, including avoiding smoke and pollution exposure, preventing infections by hand washing and keeping current on vaccinations, eating healthy, and regularly exercising. By following these tips, you can maintain your child’s lung health and overall health in general.

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