Is Your Teen Stressed Because of COVID? Here’s Help
Teens have had a lot to deal with this year, from challenges of remote or blended learning to COVID-19 restrictions that have likely put a damper on their social life.
This Instagram-Ready Photograph is Profoundly Dangerous
In April 2010, Sam Hanke, MD, fell asleep on the couch with his 4-week-old son Charlie and woke up, hours later, to find his baby had passed away. Charlie fell
Children and Cell Phone Radiation
Last year, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP) released partial findings from a study involving rats exposed to the same kind of radio frequency that cell phones emit. Some of
Teens suffering in silence with mental health issues fight back
The pressure of being a kid is taking more and more teenagers and preteens down a dark path. Children are dealing with anxiety, depression, and having thoughts of suicide. Doctors
The Annual Cincinnati Children’s Celestial Ball
The Cincinnati Children’s 13th annual Celestial Ball at the Duke Energy Convention Center raised more than $1 million for community health initiatives aimed at creating safer, healthier futures for kids
Pros and cons of online sharenting
The trend of parents constantly posting photos and information about their children online has been termed “sharenting.” Dr. Natoshia Cunningham, an assistant professor of behavioral medicine and clinical psychology explains
Can New Technology Help Prevent School Violence?
Drew Barzman, MD and Yizhao Ni, PhD are working on a new way to identify and help young people who may be contemplating committing an act of violence at school.
Getting to Know Our Facility Dogs
Cincinnati Children's welcomes Drummer and Leica, two full-time facility dogs, who join our staff in helping comfort patients and families.
Recipe: Allergen-Free Cereal Bars
Ingredients 180 g (2 cups) rolled oats 57 g (2 scoops) vanilla vegan protein, e.g. Orgain® 120 g (1 cup) sunflower seeds 2 medium bananas 80 g (4 tbsp)
Patrick Can Fly: SOAR Program Helps Kids with ASD
We planned our family vacation like most parents do. We scheduled days off work, booked flights, made reservations, bought amusement park tickets, and packed our bags. Unlike most parents, we
Eczema Management for Kids
Though eczema is very common, every child’s eczema is different. Find some suggestions for how to treat your child's eczema here.
Nurses Throw “Love Your Melon” Hat Party for Cancer Patients
Nurses threw a party for cancer patients to distribute hats earned in collaboration with the "Love Your Melon" hat company.
Cincinnati Children’s Top 14 of 2014
In 2014, the wave of renovations and additions to our physical space continued. We launched the largest comprehensive fundraising campaign in Cincinnati Children’s history. And we worked together to deliver crucial
After HLH: William’s Story
When my husband and I made the decision to take our 3 year-old son, William, to the emergency department at Cincinnati Children’s on New Year’s Eve 2007, we had no
Let’s Talk About Clefts
Each year, the month of July is the CDC’s Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness and Prevention Month. I actively worked to raise awareness this year during July, as I have for the
KIND Program: Starting With Better Questions
“The art and science of asking questions is the source of all knowledge.” –Thomas Berger A little more than three years ago, we started asking better questions in the Pediatric
Vegetable Spotlight: Turnips
Each week this summer, we are spotlighting a vegetable and sharing some recipes from Pinterest that we hope will inspire you to either try the food for the first time
Pray–Hope–Believe: The Merk Family
When 3-year-old Tony was diagnosed with brain cancer, his family was devastated. They wanted to make sure Tony received the best care possible, and they knew he was in good hands at