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How Tampa Bay can trick-or-treat safely in 2020

September 30, 2020 - Tampa Bay Times
Dr. Patrick Mularoni, a pediatric sports and emergency medicine physician at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, said he regrets what kids have gone through in 2020. "Children have shouldered a large burden when it comes to COVID.”


Surviving Cancer: Tutu Girls Hold Virtual Reunion

September 30, 2020 - Bay News 9
Chloe, Avalynn, McKinley, and Lauren 7, met when they were all undergoing undergoing cancer treatment at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital. Now known as the Tutu Girls, they hold a reunion every year to celebrate life and the friendship that helped them fight cancer.


Doctors using 3-D printers to replicate surgical scenarios

September 23, 2020 - WTVT - TV
Training at a local children's hospital just got a significant boost. Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital is now using advanced 3-D printing to take the guess work out of some surgeries.


Weeki Wachee mermaids visit kids virtually in the hospital

August 27, 2020 - WTSP -TV
Typically, Weeki Wachee mermaids travel to visit sick kids at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital each year. COVID will not allow in-person visits this time around, but both Ellis and Byrd agreed to a virtual meet-and-greet with patients via ZOOM on Thursday.


Pediatricians urge families not to fall behind on back to school check-ups

August 21, 2020 - WFTS -TV
“Since school should have already started and we’re on a little bit of a delay, people have definitely been trickling in and I feel like the back-to-school period has just extended,” said Dr. Rachel Dawkins, with Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.


Teens might turn to risky behaviors to cope with the coronavirus pandemic

August 20, 2020 - WTSP -TV
It's been a rough year for teenagers. Many of them missed out on spring sports, competitions, activities, prom, graduation and parties. The future is still uncertain about how this school year will go. All this loss and social isolation could be leading teens down the wrong path. According to Dr. Jasmine Reese, an adolescent medicine specialist at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital, it could have some serious consequences.


Is increased screen time during COVID-19 pandemic impacting children’s vision?

August 09, 2020 - SNN (Sarasota Network News)
As parents and students decide whether they’ll return to brick and mortar schools, or choose e-learning, extra screen time is almost guaranteed. Doctors at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital remind parents now is a good time to check your child’s eyes.


Tales from the Front Line: Family First

July 20, 2020 - Tampa Magazine
Ebony Hunter, M.D. talks about how her personal and professional life have been affected by the pandemic.


Experts warn that pools pose a different type of danger this summer

July 08, 2020 - ABC News (Good Morning America)
"With parents working from home and trying to provide that supervision of their children while working, it leads to more opportunities for children to get out of the house and to get to a pool or a body of water," Dr. Patrick Mularoni, an emergency physician at John's Hopkins All Children's Hospital, told "Good Morning America."


Is it Safe to Schedule my Child's Annual Well Check or Back to School Sports Physical?

July 07, 2020 - Tampa Bay Parenting Magazine
Summer may be here, but the new school year will be starting up, whether it’s in-person, virtual learning, or a combination. Rachel Dawkins, M.D., medical director of the pediatric and adolescent medicine clinic at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, says no matter the format of school this fall, it’s important to schedule those annual well checks and back-to-school physicals.


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