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Ways to Keep Kids Exercising During COVID-19

Like most of you reading this, I am figuring out how to keep my children and myself physically active without the normal routine of school and sports during the COVID-19 › Continue Reading

Building Immunity with Food

Preventing illnesses, especially during the current COVID-19 pandemic, is at the top of all of our minds. While it’s not practical to think that we can avoid 100% of illnesses, › Continue Reading

COVID-19 Update.

COVID-19 UPDATE: Location Closures and Screening at Burnet Campus

Location closures: In response to the COVID-19 outbreak and current patient volumes, our Eastgate, Mason, and Northern Kentucky locations are closed until further notice. This includes Urgent Care at Mason. The Psychiatry Partial Hospitalization › Continue Reading

How to Safely Disinfect for COVID-19

COVID-19 is at the top of everyone’s minds and we’re all wondering how to prevent it. I’ve seen some inaccurate information on social media about drinking vinegar and bleach to › Continue Reading

Taking Care of Your Family’s Mental Health During COVID-19

Many of our patients face an increased risk from the broad impact of coronavirus (COVID-19). Because of this, we are providing our families with the following tips and strategies to › Continue Reading

Steps To Help Ease Kids’ Fears and Anxieties About COVID-19

New things and situations are anxiety producing, and COVID-19 is no exception. So much is unknown about the disease, and things seem to be changing quickly. This can be worrisome › Continue Reading

Toddler washing hands.

COVID-19 and Immunocompromised Patients: Guidance for Parents

COVID-19 is spreading in the United States and it is important for parents and caregivers of immunocompromised children and teens to be diligent about precautions and make some preparations.   We don’t know enough about › Continue Reading

Child Life Helps Patient with Anxiety Through 50-75 Yearly Procedures

You wouldn’t know it by looking at her, but my seven-year-old daughter, Soraya, is a particularly anxious child. I say that because on the outside, she is cheerful and colorful. › Continue Reading

What It Meant for My Son With Hemophilia A to Attend His Class Trip

Recently my 14 year-old son, Cecil, attended his class trip to New York City and Washington DC. While this sounds like a typical milestone for many teens, this trip and › Continue Reading

The Underwood family.

How I Became an Advocate for My Child’s Rare Condition

In America, rare diseases are defined as disorders that affect fewer than 200,000 people in the country. My child has a condition affecting about 200 people in the entire world › Continue Reading