Tag "inflammatory bowel disease"

For the families of kids with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), the holidays can be a tough time of year. So many of our holiday traditions are centered on food and depending on what type of eating plan they’re on, they › Continue Reading

Children can encounter stress at any phase in their lives. However, kids with chronic gastrointestinal (GI) disorders have additional stressors on top of the ordinary pressures of childhood. They have many more doctors’ visits, medical procedures, injections, and exams. And › Continue Reading

Houston, you have a problem As a top 50, nationally-ranked squash player, fitness and endurance have been a key part of my life. However, during an important squash tournament in July 2016, I started feeling short of breath, fatigued and › Continue Reading

Dr. Daniel Podberesky, director of thoracoabdominal imaging at Cincinnati Children’s, talks about what to expect if your child needs an MRI enterography study. .  

One of the exciting things about my role at Cincinnati Children’s is being part of initiatives that are truly changing the way we approach healthcare and improve the quality of life for children and their families. A great example is › Continue Reading