Common Seizure Triggers in Infants and Children
Everyone has a seizure threshold in their brain, meaning that anyone can have one but some of us are more susceptible than others. Read this list to help track them and narrow down the potential triggers.
7 Things I Wish I Had Known About Pediatric Strokes
Before her eight-year-old daughter had a stroke, it never occurred to Jill that kids can get them. More awareness is needed because timing is everything when it comes to pediatric strokes. Read the seven things she wished she knew about them.
Common Triggers of Headaches in Children and Teens
Headaches can be triggered by a number of different things. Read about the most common triggers of occasional headaches in children and teens.
Giving Thanks Following My Son’s Spinal Cord Injury
This summer the Spinneys became a family with a son who survived a spinal cord injury. Read how thankful they are for where Anthony is right now. He has shown nothing but courage, strength, and kindness as he has nearly fully recovered from a fluke accident that changed the course of their lives.
Meet Idina, our third facility dog!
Idina is a golden retriever facility dog who is officially a member of the Child Life team. She has a very specific job, serving alongside her two handlers.
Rett Syndrome: A Mother’s Perspective and Advice
A mother shares what she has learned through her daughter's experience with Rett syndrome. Read her advice to other families.
Common symptoms of concussions
Concussions are a form of traumatic brain injury. They usually are not life-threatening but their effects can be very serious. Symptoms can show up right after the injury, but sometimes
NBC’s Golf Channel tells the remarkable story of Ryan Korengel
This is the inspiring story of Ryan Korengel, who at age 12 while golfing was struck by a fallen tree limb, which crushed his skull. He was transported to and
“Spina” What? 10 Things to Know About Myelomeningocele
Myelomeningocele is a type of Spina Bifida that requires surgery. Read about one family's decision to undergo surgery prior to the birth of their daughter.
Migraines in Kids: How Can We Best Prevent Them?
A surprising new study shows that commonly prescribed preventive medications for migraines in kids were just as effective as a placebo.
Rett Syndrome and Related Spectrum Disorders Clinic a Center of Excellence
The Rett Syndrome and Related Spectrum Disorders Clinic was recently designated a Clinical Research Center of Excellence by RettSyndrome.org. RettSyndrome.org currently works with 22 clinics across North America that provide
Rett Syndrome Clinic provides comprehensive care
Shannon Standridge, DO, MPH, explains that the Rett Syndrome Clinic provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary care for children and adults with Rett syndrome and related spectrum disorders. She explains that the specialists
How to handle headaches and migraines in children
A brief summary of and link to a Fox News story about how to handle headaches and migraines in children.
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
We See Beauty, Strength, and Love in Our Music Video
(Editor’s note: If the video above does not display for you, please follow this link). I love music. It has always had a strong presence in my life, so I
U.S. News & World Report: Cincinnati Children’s is #3, Three Years In A Row
It’s a three-peat! U.S. News & World Report announced their Best Children’s Hospitals rankings today, and we are honored to be named the No. 3 children’s hospital in the country,
in the middle
Tonight when I went to kiss my Asher at bedtime, he stopped me and said, No. Your nose. I want to kiss your nose. So I moved my nose closer
Radiologist Finds Tumor Board Conferences to be Rewarding
Learn why Dr. Usha Nagaraj loves being a part of Cincinnati Children's Neuro-oncology Tumor Board.
Helping to Reduce Sports-Related Concussions
Learn about how researchers at Cincinnati Children's are finding cutting-edge ways to prevent brain injuries resulting from sports-related head impacts.