|Dr. Jimbo's Japanese Family Health Podcast (日本語で読む)
Masahito Jimbo, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor of Family Medicine and Urology, produces podcasts in Japanese every month on health topics pertinent to Japanese living in America. For those interested in listening to the broadcasts, please click on the links entitled, "Dr. Jimbo explains," listed below.
Water Safety for Children
Water accidents are fairly common in children. What can we do to prevent them?
Dr. Jimbo explains
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