Rare and Complex Conditions

Did you know treatment for early onset scoliosis can begin when patients are babies? Experts at Cincinnati Children’s often correct curves in a child’s spine with a series of casts. June is National Scoliosis Awareness Month, and we invite you › Continue Reading

As a national leader in treating kids with eosinophilic disorders and severe food allergies, Cincinnati Children’s often becomes a home away from home for families seeking our highly specialized care. Now our guests with allergies can count on finding something › Continue Reading

Ashtyn Carrier was 7 when she was diagnosed with a rare and almost unpronounceable immune-system disorder called Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis, better known as HLH. She and her family moved all the way from Minnesota so she could receive treatment at Cincinnati › Continue Reading

We know one young Reds fan who is excited that Joey Votto is staying put in Cincinnati for a while! Watch Brody’s story here and Happy Opening Day everyone! Go Reds!

The following article was written by Jeannette Moninger and published by iVillage.   Recently, 12 teenage girls who attend the same upstate New York high school suddenly began experiencing uncontrollable movements and sounds called “tics,” which are common symptoms of Tourette Syndrome. › Continue Reading

Of the 600,000 American adults with congenital heart disease, fewer than 50,000 are believed to be treated by cardiologists trained to care for them. That’s largely because advances in pediatric heart surgery and cardiac care have increased the lifespan of › Continue Reading

Fifty years ago, most children with cystic fibrosis died before they were 10.  Many did not live long enough to see the inside of a classroom.  But according to the most recent numbers available from the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, the › Continue Reading