By Sarah J. Murgatroyd, ABC News – Written and directed by award-winning documentary filmmaker and former editor-in-chief of National Public Radio (NPR) Diane Roark, the oral health and child health programming on PBS stations PBS stations, PBS Kids, and PBS NewsHour is a vital resource for children and families who are trying to navigate the complexities of oral health.
The program’s programming, which includes health education, is available on PBS Kids.
Its main audience is younger viewers, according to the program’s website.
For those younger than 12, the program also offers a variety of children’s activities.
It is currently available on CBS All Access, the NBCUniversal-owned network that includes NBC Nightly News, NBC Sports Live Extra, NBC’s College GameDay, and The Today Show.
PBS has aired PBS Kids for more than a decade, with more than 2 million episodes available.
While the program has expanded into many other formats, the PBS Kids website is still a primary source of information.
“We wanted to make sure that PBS Kids was a place where people could go and get the information they needed,” said Roark.
“For kids, PBS is a good place to start, because PBS Kids is a family-friendly, community-oriented program.”
The show’s emphasis on children’s health, along with its focus on oral health issues, is important because it’s also the most accessible program to those ages 5 to 11, according the PBS site.
“Children’s health is a major topic for us, because we have a lot of kids,” Roark said.
“When we’re doing our health education we do it with the knowledge that they’re watching it, so we have them feel like they can get the best information from us.”
Childrens oral hygiene and prevention programs include: Kids oral health education is a valuable resource for parents and kids.
PBS Kids has an extensive list of health education resources that includes video and audio clips, podcasts, and online resources.
Parents can also get information on how to prepare for oral health emergencies, such as oral infections, which can be life-threatening.
Parents also can get information about oral health topics that are important to them, including health education for young children.
PBS Children is available in more than 100 languages, including English, French, and Spanish.
PBS News Hour, PBS PBS News, and the PBS website are also available on computers, tablets, and smartphones.
PBS stations are the first major broadcast and cable television networks in the United States to offer the PBS News and the Public Broadcasting Service’s PBS Now streaming service.
Both programs are available on most computers, smartphones, and other devices.
For more information, visit the PBS sites PBS News & PBS Now and PBS PBS Now.