Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Prematurity
Every year in the United States, 380,000 babies are born prematurely. Women who are pregnant or considering pregnancy may be wondering what they can do to avoid it. Dr. Muglia explains three major risk factors and questions they can ask their doctor to assess their own risk. #WorldPrematurityDay
Role Reversal: NICU Nurse Becomes A Patient
Melissa has been a nurse at Cincinnati Children's NICU for 16 years. But it wasn't until she became a patient herself that she could truly understand what her patients go through.
Cincinnati Zoo Gifts #TeamFiona Onesies to NICU
The littlest patients at Cincinnati Children’s received a special gift from the Cincinnati Zoo on Friday. Babies in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) received onesies featuring a picture of
NICU Staff Makes Gift Basket for Preemie Hippo
Recently, a baby hippo named Fiona was born six weeks early at the Cincinnati Zoo and Bontanical Gardens. The Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) staff at Cincinnati Children’s thought it would
5 Tips for Parents of a Premature Baby
A premature birth can be a very emotional and stressful experience for parents. Read a mother's advice for how to cope while your baby is in the NICU.
Children’s Hospital uses video games to give kids safety training
A brief summary of and link to a story about video games created to help Cincinnati Children's staff with emergency evacuations.
Patient Story Videos You Shouldn’t Miss
Patients and families share their stories in eight not-to-be-missed videos posted over the course of 2015 on Cincinnati Children's YouTube channel.
Cincinnati Walks for Kids Impact Facts: Your Support Makes a Difference
Cincinnati Walks for Kids allows community members be part of the hospital and give back to areas of the medical center that they are most passionate about.
In Memory of Liam
Liam Nolen Bradley was born premature and developed necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), a complication of his preterm birth.
What’s Next For Meggie Zahneis
No one really wants to go to the doctor. But sometimes, when you get to pretend you’re Peter Pan in physical therapy or make your own super balls with hearing
When Life Gave Us Lemons
How we learned that our special needs child was becoming more “normal” and how we dealt with the idea of becoming different parents. Sometimes, life gives you lemons. You learn
Reliving the Memories of Two Premature Births
Whether it was his intent or not, Benjamin Scot did an amazing thing for prematurity awareness month when he began capturing footage of his premature infant son just days after
ParentTOUCH Volunteer Gives Others A Hand to Hold On To
This month we are sharing reader-submitted stories that reveal the true spirit of the holiday season. This is Erin’s story of understanding and friendship when it’s needed most. My name
A Christmas Baby Named Immanuel
Last we met the Vaughn family, they told a story of a fragile Christmas baby who was fighting for his life. When Lisa and Anthony Vaughn’s son was born on
I Will Fight for You and Yours
Read about Dr. Erin Rowe's scary experience with her first-born child's birth and how it's helped her become even more compassionate in her job.
Using 3-D Ultrashort Echo Time and a Small Footprint MRI System
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is an imaging method that uses the protons of hydrogen atoms within the body to generate a medical image. MRI of the lungs has historically been
MRI Research of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia in the NICU
Using a small MRI scanner located in the NICU, we've perform MR imaging in a small group of NICU patients to look at the lungs of premature infants.
Neonatal Magnetic Resonance Imaging Is Unique to Cincinnati Children’s
Cincinnati Children’s is the only hospital in the US to have an MRI unit in the neonatal intensive care unit. Learn why we think it's so important.
Shielding in Radiology, for the Safety of Our Patients and Families
Learn how we limit radiation exposure to you and your child during x-rays at Cincinnati Children's.