Helping Babies Breathe
Interview: Nina Shapiro, MD, head of pediatric otolaryngology
Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA
Breathing is one thing babies know how to do. But their tiny heads often get congested.
This week, Sound Medicine’s Kathy Miller, MD, interviews pediatric ear, nose and throat specialist Nina Shapiro, who advises parents on ways to keep little ones’ nasal passages clear. Dr. Shapiro is head of pediatric otolaryngology at UCLA.
She’s recently written a book about kids and breathing called Take a Deep Breath: Clear the Air for the Health of Your Child.
Dr. Nina Shapiro, head of pediatric otolaryngology at UCLA, is on faculty of the Geffen School of Medicine.