May 29, 2022 - WTSP -TV
Dr. Patrick Mularoni at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital says it's important to keep your kids safe this summer, starting with what your kids are wearing to protect themselves on bikes or scooters. Also, be sure to add a layer of sun lotion with a SPF rating of at least 30 or above. And because of the humidity here in Florida, kids need to take a water break and stay well hydrated.
May 28, 2022 - Tampa Bay Times
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital is one of five Florida hospitals designated as pediatric trauma centers. In the event of a school shooting in Pinellas County, it will likely be the primary destination for wounded children.
May 27, 2022 - TIME Magazine
“For babies who are on typical formulas, they’re able to find something,” says Dr. Rachel Dawkins, medical director of the pediatric and adolescent medicine clinics at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.
May 26, 2022 - St. Pete Catalyst
Dr. Paul Danielson, chair of the department of surgery at John’s Hopkins All Children’s, noted that less than 50 institutions across the U.S. have received the prestigious designation from the American College of Surgeons (ACS).
May 25, 2022 - WTVT - TV
For our younger kids, a quick check in and really watching their behavior more closely," Dr. Jennifer Katzenstein of Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital said. "When it comes to our older children, third grade and up, we want to have those conversations in terms of what have you heard or what you already know."
May 25, 2022 - Tampa Bay Times
Jennifer Katzenstein, the director of psychology, neuropsychology and social work at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, says children’s age, development and personality determine how or whether they bring up mass shootings, and should determine how parents respond or broach the subject. Kids usually begin understanding and engaging with news around age 7 or 8, she said.
May 25, 2022 - WTVT - TV
"What we're seeing now is just totally unexpected, not something that we've seen before," said Dr. Juan Dumois, a Pediatric Infectious Diseases Physician at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.
May 25, 2022 - WFTS -TV
It’s a hard conversation many parents find themselves having with their kids. Dr. Jennifer Katzenstein, the Co-Director of the Center for Behavioral Health at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, explained these conversations are really all dependent on a child’s developmental level.
May 24, 2022 - Tampa Bay Times
Though generic brands are affected by the shortage, they may be easier to find than name brands; Rachel Dawkins, a pediatric medicine director at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, said she’s encouraging parents of healthy babies on traditional formulas to buy any available, non-recalled formula.
May 24, 2022 - WTSP -TV
"Our typical flu season peaks in December, January," said Dr. Juan Dumois, a pediatric infectious disease physician at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg.