Questions to Ask Your Doctor When Diagnosed With High-Risk Pregnancy
For most expecting parents, learning that you’re pregnant and waiting for your baby to arrive is an exciting, joyous time. However, when you learn that you may have a high-risk pregnancy, time just sort of stops. Read some questions to ask your doctor, from a mom who's been through it.
Winter Sports Injuries: What You Need to Know
These safety tips can help protect your kids from common winter sports injuries associated with skiing, snowboarding and sledding.
COVID-Related Anxiety in Kids: Why It’s Happening and How to Help
After two years of living through a pandemic, we're noticing that kids are behaving in ways that are similar to how we act after experiencing loss. This makes sese -- they have missed out on nearly two years of normalcy. A child psychologist explains how to help kids work through COVID-related anxiety.
Cold Weather Car Safety Seat Reminders
Cold weather gear and car safety seats don't go well together. Puffy coats and snowsuits are too bulky to allow straps to get tight enough. Learn how to buckle your baby and kids safely in cold weather.
From My Perspective: A Doctor’s View of Multidisciplinary Care
A few years ago, I met a family from Minnesota seeking an additional opinion about care for their teenage son, Bryce. He had autism as well as liver disease, which
Sudden Cardiac Arrest and Your Teen Athlete
While sudden cardiac arrest in the young is rare, it often quickly leads to death. Here's what you need to know in case it does happen.
Tips for Teaching Empathy To Kids During the Holidays
As a season of giving and being of service to others, the holidays are a great opportunity for children to learn about empathy! It is essential for forming healthy, fulfilling relationships. Learn some strategies to help children develop and build this skill, from one of our child psychologists.
Liver Transplant Recipient Becomes Nurse on Same Floor
The first day of a new job is always a mixture of emotions. For Kara Westra, things felt like they had become full circle. That's because she was once a patient on the liver transplant floor, and now she is a nurse treating the same types of patients.
Moving Cross Country for Lifesaving Heart Care
We decided to bring Wyatt from California to Cincinnati Children’s because of the team of talented surgeons and cardiologists. Their experience and expertise in the field are second to none and knowing that helped put me at ease.