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Tampa Bay teen survives COVID, spreads a message of gratefulness

January 19, 2022 - WFTS -TV
Julia was transferred to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Pete. The hospital accepts patients up to 21 years old.


Tampa Bay teen survives COVID, spreads a message of gratefulness

January 19, 2022 - WFTS -TV
Julia was transferred to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Pete. The hospital accepts patients up to 21 years old.


3 months of anticoagulation therapy might be too long for young patients with provoked VTE

January 11, 2022 - Cardiovascular Business
“Taken together, data from these recent randomized clinical trials suggest that the risks of recurrent VTE and clinically relevant bleeding events in young patients receiving anticoagulation for the treatment of acute venous thromboembolism are lower than previously reported from observational studies—particularly among patients with provoked VTE,” wrote lead author Neil A. Goldenberg, MD, PhD, a specialist at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St Petersburg, Florida


When Can Children Get the COVID-19 Vaccine? Pediatricians Explain What to Expect

January 04, 2022 - Prevention
Young people are distinct enough from adults to warrant separate studies: They’re smaller and lighter, which impacts dose size. And because they’re still growing, their immune systems operate differently at each stage of childhood, says Allison Messina, M.D., chairman of the Division of Infectious Disease at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.


Yes, you can get COVID twice + more Omicron questions answered

January 03, 2022 - Tampa Bay Parenting Magazine
As we prepare to send our children back to school next week, we wanted to address some common questions about the latest surge with Dr. Juan Dumois, a pediatric infectious disease physician at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.


5 tips for parents as omicron spreads and pediatric hospitalizations rise

December 30, 2021 - ABC News
Amid the uncertainty of omicron, here are five tips for parents from two experts, Dr. Allison Messina, chief of infectious diseases at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida, and Dr. Sarah Ash Combs, an emergency medicine physician at Children's National Hospital in Washington, D.C.


U.S. surgeon general declares ‘youth mental health crisis’ amid COVID

December 10, 2021 - Tampa Bay Times
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg said it has seen a 35 percent increase in referrals to mental health services between March 2020 and now compared to the previous two-year period. Meanwhile, suicide attempts and reported eating disorder symptoms among hospital patients doubled in the same period, said Jennifer Katzenstein, the hospital’s director of psychology, neuropsychology and social work. Katzenstein said the surgeon general’s advisory is a critical opportunity to bring youth mental health to the forefront of community conversations.


The grades are out: Here are the safest hospitals in Tampa Bay

December 10, 2021 - St. Pete Catalyst
This is the first year Johns Hopkins All Children’s has made the list, and it’s the only pediatric hospital named to the list from the Tampa Bay area.


Tips to Keep Your Kids Safe on Halloween

- 83 Degrees Media
Halloween is a much-anticipated spooky delight for kids this time of year, but it's also easy for children to incur injuries. Dr. Patrick Mularoni, a pediatric emergency medicine physician at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital, provides advice on how to help your kids prevent injuries and stay well in order to enjoy all the fun the season has to offer.


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