The Beantown Jumpers, a Boston-area Double Dutch jump rope team, fosters healthy and active lifestyles through sports and athletics.
Linda Haynes, an asthma nurse practitioner with the Asthma Action Team at Boston Children s Hospital Primary Care Center, answers important questions about asthma and how to manage it so that children with asthma feel safe and empowered.
CitySprouts is a community gardening program that promotes healthy eating, hard work, and nature education in urban communities. Hear from the kids in the program as they plant and harvest vegetables and learn to cook new foods.
Alison Hoppin, M.D., is a physician in Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, where she is also the Associate Director of Pediatric Programs, Mass General Weight Center. In this video, Dr. Hoppin answers questions about healthy eating and children.
Ten-year-old Owen takes us on a tour of his home, talks about his many hobbies, and explains how he s able to live a normal life, even though he has a peanut allergy.
Nine-year-old Dylan introduces us to his family and home, demonstrates some of his many talents, such as dancing and beat boxing, and takes us on a visit to see his nurse to talk about his asthma care and management before heading to summer camp.
Dr. Fatima Cody Stanford, a pediatrician at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston who specializes in working with children around issues of weight and obesity, discusses how families can deal with getting and staying fit.
Dr. Paula K. Rauch, MD has been an advisor on ARTHUR for many years and has worked with children, teens, and families at the Massachusetts General Hospital for over 25 years. Here, Dr. Rauch answers questions about how to speak with children during challenging times and upsetting events.
Michael C. Young, M.D. is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the Harvard Medical School, Fellow of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology, and author of the Peanut Allergy Answer Book. In this video, Dr. Young answers important questions about how to manage a child s peanut allergy.
The Friedman family talks about how they safely evacuated their home during a fire and how they healed from the experience.
Murray sets out to learn about the word 'fabulous'.
Cookie Monster and Abby Cadabby play a game of checkers.
So many things in the ocean start with the letter 'o'!
Kim Cattrall and Abby Cadabby talk about all things fabulous.
Look at the stars in the sky.