Posted on April 18, 2019
17-year-old Lauren was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 12. Now, she has a passion to research type 1 diabetes and follow a path in medicine.
Posted on April 11, 2019
The Johns Hopkins All Children’s audiology team shares five types of hearing losses and what they mean.
Posted on April 09, 2019
Volunteer Haley Beatty, who works weekly with occupational therapy/physical therapy and who has her sights set on a career in occupational therapy, gains valuable insight on how professionals provide the best care for their patients.
Posted on April 08, 2019
A volunteer at Johns Hopkins All Children’s since 1994, Paula Simson has dedicated thousands of hours to helping patients and families.
Posted on April 02, 2019
As the need for pediatric mental health services grows, the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Center for Behavioral Health continues to add providers and expand its services to meet this critical demand.
Posted on March 28, 2019
We asked Deanna Green, M.D., director of Cystic Fibrosis Center at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, and 18-year-old Lynsey, a patient who has cystic fibrosis, if the recently debuted feature film Five Feet Apart got the facts right.
Posted on March 26, 2019
Second-year residents at Johns Hopkins All Children’s gain insights on care from the patients’ point of view.
Posted on March 21, 2019
Six-year-old Silas has taken his first real, pain-free steps after having hip surgery at Johns Hopkins All Children’s with hip expert Daniel Bland, M.D.
Posted on March 20, 2019
The list of foods on Samuel’s “can’t eat” list was long, but with the help of Panida Sriaroon, M.D., he’s been able to expand his diet, giving his family more peace of mind.
Posted on March 08, 2019
The Johns Hopkins All Children’s audiology team helps 6-year-old Theo trade in his medical-grade hearing headband for a very small adhesive adapter that sticks directly behind the ear.
Posted on February 28, 2019
Learning and evaluating a new technique carried this surgeon across the globe.
Posted on February 26, 2019
Specialists in the Vascular Anomalies Program worked together to reduce and remove a tumor from a young girl’s eyelid.
Posted on February 21, 2019
After receiving care for her daughter Ariyah at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, Jazmyne was inspired to become a nurse and now works in the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Emergency Center.
Posted on February 20, 2019
Nurses participate in the Nursing Research Program that promotes research and scientific inquiry at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.
Posted on February 19, 2019
A dietitian navigates the challenges of helping a young person with an eating disorder.
Posted on February 13, 2019
The once-energetic Bella was unable to walk after losing feeling in her legs. After searching for answers with specialists near their home in North Carolina, a diagnosis from experts at Johns Hopkins All Children’s provided answers that are helping her walk again.
Posted on February 12, 2019
Transitioning your baby to solids? Rachel Dawkins, M.D., medical director of the Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine Clinic at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, shares some helpful tips.
Posted on January 30, 2019
Chellapandian’s histiocytosis research in collaboration with the North American Consortium for Histiocytosis offers more opportunities for future patients.
Posted on December 27, 2018
Care closer to home and a supportive network have made a big difference for Mariah and her mom Jessica.
Posted on December 20, 2018
A family seeks hope this holiday season as a little sister gives her brother a special gift.
Posted on December 04, 2018
When Bradley was born two months early, his family knew it could count on the team at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital to provide the care he needed.
Posted on November 29, 2018
Born prematurely and at low birth weight, the baby needed the help of the Johns Hopkins All Children’s CUIRE team.
Posted on November 27, 2018
Four-year-old McKinley is back to the things she loves after two years of cancer treatments, and then remission. Her family now helps others dealing with cancer through the Love McKinley Foundation. On Giving Tuesday—and every day—you can help, too.
Posted on November 20, 2018
Fifteen-year-old Brandon was born with a chest deformity called pectus excavatum. Making jokes helped him make the best of it, before a surgery at Johns Hopkins All Children’s helped to correct the condition.
Posted on November 15, 2018
The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Home Care team provides training and support for parents so that children like Amiya with special medical needs can receive the care they need at home.