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Asthma is a major health problem for many children and their families in the Cincinnati area. It’s also difficult for many families to bring their children to the hospital for appointments, particularly during the school year. Cincinnati Children’s is piloting › Continue Reading

Spending time in the hospital is no fun especially for sick children who miss home this holiday season. To try and bring some holiday cheer their way, inpatients at Cincinnati Children’s received an interactive visit from Old St. Nick. Cincinnati › Continue Reading

Many children and adolescents face mental health crises but live in parts of the country where access to mental health care is virtually nonexistent. Cincinnati Children’s Center for Telehealth, and our division of Psychiatry, are filling the gap for some › Continue Reading

Eleven-year-old Marco and his family traveled all the way from the Dominican Republic to attend the Fluency Friday event for children and teenagers who stutter. Attendees work with speech-language pathologists from Cincinnati Children’s and the University of Cincinnati in a › Continue Reading

The first stage of our Liberty Campus expansion is complete and today we will celebrate and cut the ribbon on the gorgeous new space. With this expansion, Liberty Campus is now a full-service hospital. It features a 42-bed inpatient unit › Continue Reading

Cincinnati Children’s intends to establish a telemedicine program using video technology to help diagnose and treat patients at a hospital in the Dominican Republic. The effort is being led by Dr. Rafael Mena, who completed his medical training at Cincinnati › Continue Reading