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If your kids are like mine, they’ve been counting down the days until Halloween since October 1. It’s an exciting holiday – playing dress-up, running around the neighborhood, and consuming all of those sugary treats! While it is a fun › Continue Reading

Happy Halloween 2017!

The Department of Radiology would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Halloween!

In the Radiology Department at Cincinnati Children’s, we have our very own jack-o’-lantern decorating our work area. Seeing as our job is to take pictures of the inside of things, we decided to image our jack-o’-lantern using one of our x-ray machines. Take › Continue Reading

Being a parent and a pharmacist in the Drug & Poison Information Center (DPIC), I have a unique perspective on Halloween. I love the costumes and excitement of Hallow’s Eve, but because I have worked the hotline on this night › Continue Reading

It’s that time of year when pumpkins are placed on porches, witches suspend from trees, and sweet treats are available everywhere you go!  With Halloween just around the corner, balancing healthy habits with seasonal treats may seem like a tricky task › Continue Reading

Sarah Caito is the type of mom who’d give anything to anyone to try and make a bad situation “all better.” It’s how she was raised, and it’s how she’s raising her children. In March, when Sarah’s daughter Anna was › Continue Reading

The nights grow dark as the temperature drops, and the leaves begin releasing themselves from their seasonal attachments, all to create a colorful backdrop for the monsters and ghouls that are starting to infest our neighborhoods. Fall has finally arrived › Continue Reading

Each year in October, the Department of Radiology transforms into place that children will enjoy visiting during Halloween! Instead of being greeted by a nurse, technologist, PCA or child life specialist, our visitors are delighted to be greeted by Cotton Candy, Olaf, › Continue Reading

Whether you overestimated how much Halloween candy you would need, or your kids worked extra hard for it this year, the end result is the same: a big pile of leftover candy sitting on your dining room table. You’ve allowed › Continue Reading

The last place anyone wants to spend Halloween in is a hospital. Radiology employees decided they wanted do what they could to make our patients’ visit on Halloween as enjoyable as possible. At the Burnet and Liberty campuses, radiology held › Continue Reading

Have you ever wondered what the inside of your favorite Halloween candy looks like when it’s x-rayed? Drag the slide on the image and see what’s inside!                 Contributed by Erin Adkins, RT.