Stomach Pain In Kids: When To Worry
Tummy aches are a common complaint in kids of all ages. Sometimes it’s minor: perhaps your child just needs to go to the bathroom. But other times stomach pain can
Celiac Disease: List of Gluten-Free and Gluten-Containing Ingredients
When your child has been diagnosed with celiac disease, deciding what to eat can be overwhelming! Use this list of gluten-free and gluten-containing foods.
Liver Transplant Recipient Pursues Dream of Becoming A Pediatric Gastroenterologist
Julie needed a liver transplant when she was 12 years old. Her medical care team inspired her so much that she wanted to become a pediatric gastroenterologist. 18 years later, she is very close to accomplishing that goal! Read how her own experience has influenced how she takes care of patients.
My Son With Debilitating Functional Abdominal Pain Heads to College
Danny's mom is filled with mixed emotions as her son prepares to go to college. At one point, Danny's functional abdominal pain and nausea were so bad that she didn't think he'd be able to go to college at all. Read how a new neuro-stim ear device has resolved the pain and allowed him to get his life back.
5 Reasons to Be Excited About Scientists Growing Human Colons
For the first time, scientists tissue-engineered human colons in a lab. Here's 5 reasons to be excited, especially if you are impacted by a GI condition.
Fidget Spinners and Other Toys: 5 Safety Tips for Parents
Fidget spinners, along with other types of toys, have the potential to cause serious harm to children. Read five safety tips.
Pushing for Progress in a Rare Eosinophilic Condition: Eosinophilic Gastritis
Eosinophilic gastritis is a rare type of eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorder. Patients may have a long, challenging journey to receive a diagnosis.
Handy Checklist: Tips for Dining Out with Celiac Disease
Parents of children with celiac disease may find dining out to be a stressful experience. Read one of our dietitian's tips for making it work!
4 Surprising Facts About Celiac Disease
Celiac disease is a tricky condition. It is often missed or mistaken for other conditions. Learn more by reading 4 surprising facts about it.
Handy Checklist: Playing Sports with Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Playing sports with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is possible. Here are 8 tips from a college athlete to keep in mind before, during and after a game.
Our No-Longer-Conjoined Twins’ 2nd Birthday: A Victory Celebration
No-longer-conjoined twins Selah and Shylah celebrate their second birthday. Their mom, Misty, reflects upon how far they've come.
Cincinnati Children’s Pancreas Care Center honors patients
A brief summary and media link to story about the Pancreas Care Center fundraiser.
A Promising Early Research Study for IBD Treatment
Dr. Denson is hopeful that an early IBD research study, which is looking at ways to influence the microbiome, has the potential to be an IBD treatment.
Stomach Pain and Acute Pancreatitis: Questions To Ask Your Child’s Doctor
Questions to ask your child's doctor to help determine if your child's stomach pain is acute pancreatitis.
IBD: 3 Lessons from an Experienced Parent
A mom reflects on her child's experiences with IBD and Crohn's disease, now that he has graduated college and is heading out on his own.
Cincinnati Children’s No. 3 in 2015-2016 Rankings
U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Children’s Hospitals rankings were released today for 2015-2016, and Cincinnati Children’s has been named the No. 3 children’s hospital in the country
My Second Chance: Life After Liver Failure
When I was 12 years old, after just a few weeks of being sick, I was told I had liver failure and seven days to live. I was immediately listed
My Daughter’s Pancreatitis Is A Blessing, Not Just A Challenge
“You want a child with a little fire in them…it makes them strong!” We always kept this in mind when Claudia was a toddler because that fire would get her
Overcoming Nature’s Complexity to Help Patients with Intestinal Disease
As both a pediatric surgeon and a researcher, I have dedicated my career to caring for and investigating potential therapies for patients with intestinal failure. Even though we have been