December 14, 2020 - WTSP -TV
The flu can hit children especially hard, so it's important to make sure they are protected. Dr. Joseph Perno is the Chief Medical Officer at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital and says every year they admit hundreds of children with the flu, some get seriously ill.
December 14, 2020 - Bay News 9
If you don't get your child's vaccinations on what's called the vaccine schedule how long can you go without before it really becomes a problem? Dr. Rachel Dawkins, a pediatrician from Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital, explains the vaccine catch up schedule if your child is behind. Note: Please do not share this clip publicly, including on social media, due to copyright issues with our vendor.
December 08, 2020 - WFTS -TV
Kendall Williams is a school teacher at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg. She helps keep kids on track with their studies. This time of year, though, her teaching material takes on a festive flair. While reading with a young patient named Ryan, she uses colorful books featuring reindeer and Christmas trees and lights.
December 07, 2020 - WTVT - TV
Three physicians at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital are giving us a rare look at what it has been like on the inside, treating sick children, and dealing with their own COVID-19 realities. They filmed video diaries from the pediatric front lines.
December 03, 2020 - WTVT - TV
"I don’t think that is surprising given the amount of stress everyone is under, but certainly our children and adolescents,” said Dr. Jennifer Katzenstein, Director of Psychology and Neuropsychology at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.
November 23, 2020 - WFTS -TV
Jennifer Katzenstein, PhD, ABPPCN, co-director of the Center for Behavioral Health, and Jennifer Arnold, M.D., M.Sc., FAAP, medical director for the Center for Simulation, both from Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital, share personal experiences, what parents should look for and how parents can help their kids when it comes to bullying.
November 17, 2020 - Good Housekeeping Magazine
Roxie and her husband, Eduardo, rushed their baby girl to the emergency room at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in nearby St. Petersburg. Samples of Emilie’s blood and bone marrow were sent to the lab. A few days later, a doctor confirmed the diagnosis. Emilie had acute myeloid leukemia, a rapidly advancing type of blood cancer that strikes about 730 children under 20 in the U.S. every year.
November 06, 2020 - Tampa Bay Times
Dr. Marissa Feldman, a pediatric psychologist in the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Institute for Brain Protection Sciences, works with children and families to teach them coping and behavioral skills.
November 05, 2020 - WTVT - TV
Lindsay Jones has been a registered nurse at John's Hopkins All Children's Hospital for a decade. It's where she takes care of the kids fighting various cancers, and she does it at a time when limited family and visitors are allowed in to see the patients.
November 04, 2020 - Tampa Bay Parenting Magazine
Antibiotics are a major tool in treating illnesses caused by bacteria, but like any tool, they need to be used appropriately, or they may not work when we really need it due to antibiotic resistance. Antibiotics should only be used to treat bacterial infections and are not effective in curing viral infections. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that at least one-third of pediatric antibiotic prescriptions are unnecessary. As we head into cold and flu season during the COVID-19 global pandemic, David Berman, D.O., FAAP, FPIDS, a pediatric infectious disease specialist at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, discusses some myths and facts on antibiotics as we get closer to U.S. Antibiotic Awareness Week, Nov. 18-24.