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To His Mom, He’s a Medical Masterpiece

Posted on Nov 22, 2022 in General News

When Jaden suffered a traumatic brain injury during a boat accident, multiple specialists at Johns Hopkins All Children’s came together to save the 13-year-old’s life. Now he’s surpassing every expectation with the help of his expert care team, his own positive attitude and his family’s support.

Teaching Your Child Gratitude

Posted on Nov 21, 2022 in General News

Practicing gratitude has health benefits, even for kids — including things like less stress, better sleep and less reported anxiety and depression. Jennifer Katzenstein, Ph.D. talks about how parents can help teach their children the importance of gratitude.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Research Symposium Takes International Look into COVID-19 and More

Posted on Nov 14, 2022 in Research

The symposium included several presentations related to COVID-19 along with other topics ranging from biomarkers and biospecimen science to pediatric health equity research.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s to Reopen North Port Outpatient Location

Posted on Nov 04, 2022 in General News

The hospital plans to reopen its Outpatient Care location in North Port on Monday, Nov. 7.

A Birthday for Cristian

Posted on Nov 03, 2022 in General News

Born with multiple medical challenges, including congenital diaphragmatic hernia, baby Cristian gets more than a fighting chance at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.

RSV Cases on the Rise

Posted on Nov 02, 2022 in General News

Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) cases are on the rise nationally. Infectious diseases physician Juan Dumois, M.D., helps families understand how to prevent RSV, what the symptoms are, when to seek treatment and how milder cases of RSV can be treated at home.

Ethan Battles Lifelong Epilepsy with New Technology

Posted on Nov 01, 2022 in Programs

During Epilepsy Awareness Month, Matthew D. Smyth, M.D., chief of the pediatric neurosurgery division in the Institute for Brain Protection Sciences, explains what epilepsy is and the newer, cutting edge technology treatment options for patients like 19-year-old Ethan, who has battled seizures the majority of his life.

Nathan Jones, R.N., Receives the DAISY Award

Posted on Nov 01, 2022 in General News

Nathan Jones, R.N., is the latest DAISY Award recipient.

Student Research Training Program Launches Biomedical Science Interest

Posted on Oct 19, 2022 in Research

For Darby Oleksak, recent graduate and laboratory technician at Johns Hopkins All Children’s, the hospital’s Student Research Training Program helped to cultivate her interest in research and inspire her to pursue medical school.

Hope for Evelyn

Posted on Oct 18, 2022 in General News

Evelyn had been born after a healthy pregnancy. Even though she ate voraciously, after her first two months she only was about 2 pounds over her birth weight. She was diagnosed with Wolman disease, a very rare condition and is currently receiving treatments by Alexander Y. Kim, M.D., who came to Johns Hopkins All Children’s in 2021 to build the metabolic genetics program.

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