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Leander Benjamin Embraces Teamwork in His Role as Security Officer

Posted on Feb 26, 2021 in General News

Security officer Leander Benjamin talks about his role in helping to keep the hospital’s patients, families and staff safe, and how working together for a common goal can make a difference in work and in life.

New Year, New Heart: Wilfre’s Story

Posted on Feb 26, 2021 in Programs

14-year-old Wilfre arrived at the Emergency Center at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. His heart was failing him and time was of the essence.

Research Strives to Help Babies Breathe Easier in the NICU

Posted on Feb 25, 2021 in Research

For babies in the NICU, a condition called apnea of prematurity is often the last thing standing in the way before their families can take them home. Physicians and data scientists at Johns Hopkins All Children’s have been studying apnea of prematurity using a data-driven approach.

Jase's Journey with Neurofibromatosis

Posted on Feb 24, 2021 in Programs

Jase is an effervescent 5-year-old who has a genetic condition called neurofibromatosis type 1. When he was about to turn 4, an MRI scan revealed a problem that would change his life dramatically.

Baba’s Eye

Posted on Feb 23, 2021 in Programs

Baba Wilhm, who has been a fetal sonographer for more than 40 years, uses her keen eye and deep understanding of both congenital heart disease and fetal physiology to pick up on signs of rare congenital anomalies that are often difficult to detect.

Understanding Ear Infections in Children

Posted on Feb 22, 2021 in General News

Pediatrician Rachel Dawkins, M.D., talks about the signs and symptoms of an ear infection and when to seek treatment.

Sheila Castle, R.N., Makes Friends Again by the End

Posted on Feb 19, 2021 in General News

Sheila Castle, R.N., is clinical supervisor of the Vascular Access Team. She talks about how she connects with patients – from helping them feel better if they’re nervous about an IV, to sharing with them about her role as a nurse to inspire them to reach their dreams.

Training Program Helps Law Enforcement Officers Better Understand Autism Spectrum Disorder

Posted on Feb 18, 2021 in Research

A study shows that after training, law enforcement officers were better able to recognize the signs and symptoms of ASD, and avoid violent confrontations.

From the Mission Field in Africa to the Medical Field in Florida

Posted on Feb 17, 2021 in General News

Drew Rideout, M.D., Ph.D., surgical director of the Intestinal Rehabilitation Program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s, talks about the experiences that motivated him to become a doctor and how collaboration is key to caring for patients.

Olive’s Epic Journey

Posted on Feb 16, 2021 in Programs

Olive was born with a heart defect, and after two surgeries to repair her heart — the first when she was 2 months old — the 4-year-old is charting her own course, with an epic soundtrack to match.

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