MD for Moms Radio | Dr. Shannon Tighe | Summer Safety | June 14th 2017

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Dr Shannon Tighe

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This week on MD for Moms, I interview Dr Shannon Tighe about summer safety. We all know that there are some real dangers associated with the fun of summer, right? But did you know that drowning is a leading cause of death for kids age 1-4 and that three kids die every day from drowning? Those numbers are incredibly scary and very preventable. Learn about how to safeguard from this danger and boat-related accidents, sunburns, ticks-borne illnesses and other common issues associated with the fun and freedom of summer.

Are your kids going to camp this summer? Do you know what to talk to them about in advance? We will explore what topics should be explored for kids going to day camp and for kids going to sleep away camp in an age-appropriate way. We all want our kids to be as safe as possible while enjoying the sun on their backs and ice-cream dripping down their faces, and we will discuss how to make that happen.

Learn more about my guest, Dr. Shannon Tighe

Shannon Tighe, M.D. joined Community Physicians Network in Indianapolis, IN  in August 2009 after practicing in Shelbyville, Indiana. She is a native of Anderson, Indiana. Dr. Tighe received her bachelor of science degree in biology from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. She attended medical school at Indiana University School of Medicine and completed her residency in pediatrics at Riley Hospital for Children where she served as chief resident. Additionally, she is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Tighe is accepting newborn through adolescent patients and offers complimentary prenatal visits and same-day sick visits. Dr. Tighe is married with two young daughters, ages 7 and 9 years old.




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