July 12, 2019 - WFLA -TV
Families from across the country returned to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital today; the same hospital where their babies were treated for a rare birth defect. These children were diagnosed with Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia, or CDH. The defect causes a hole where abdominal organs can move into the child’s chest.
July 09, 2019 - Tampa Bay Parenting Magazine
Bobbi Hopkins, M.D., is a board certified pediatric sleep specialist and medical director of the Sleep Center at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.
June 30, 2019 - Bay News 9
Now working at the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Child Development and Rehabilitation Center, Nick got to work with his son for years as well as with other courageous youngsters.
June 25, 2019 - WTSP -TV
A new study by doctors at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital shows parents and pediatricians have more to do to encourage kids to live healthy lifestyles.
June 21, 2019 - WFTS -TV
The big day came at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg. The family traveled there from their home in Arcadia. Following the implant procedure, A’Deja heard her family’s voices for the first time. NOTE: This story was also featured on CNN, Yahoo News and other national news outlets.
June 18, 2019 - WTSP -TV
Deborah Locicero is an RN and Lactation Consultant at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital where they encourage all new parents, especially those with preemies, to practice kangaroo care.
June 14, 2019 - CNN
"It's so thrilling, so moving. When we first start out, we're introducing very soft levels of electrical current," audiologist Shelly Ash of Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital told CNN affiliate WFTS. "It just sounds to her like 'beep, beep, beep.'"
June 12, 2019 - WTSP -TV
Caroline donated $11,244.50 to support childhood cancer research at the Cancer and Blood Disorders Institute at the Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital and to Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation.
June 10, 2019 - WTVT - TV
Between 8 and 10 percent of kids suffer from sleep apnea, and there are signs parents can look for. "Obviously, first thing is snoring," offered Johns Hopkins All Children's sleep physician Dr. Luis Ortiz. "Then there can be behavioral issues, concentration, issues, difficulty with staying awake during the day or staying asleep at night."
June 02, 2019 - Bay News 9
A new program using cameras in the NICU allows parents to see their babies 24/7. The program is funded by the Johns Hopkins All Children's Foundation.