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Make Better Bedtime Habits A Part of Your Child's Routine

Posted on Mar 08, 2017 in Programs

Making sure your child gets the right amount of sleep is an essential part of helping them grow up healthy and strong.

Third Treatment’s a Charm for Lymphoma Patient

Posted on Feb 27, 2017 in Programs

Where do you turn when the only thing more dangerous to your child than the disease she faces is the cure itself? When emergency room physician and worried dad Rafael saw his own sick daughter quickly running out of options, he used his medical expertise and the support of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital to find a solution.

Helping Children with a Rare Form of Hydrocephaly

Posted on Jan 31, 2017 in Programs

Pediatric neurosurgeon Gerald Tuite, M.D., and his colleagues pioneered an approach to extreme macrocephalic hydrocephaly that offers earlier correction, fewer complications and improved appearance

Studying Impacts of Concussion in Young Athletes

Posted on Dec 01, 2016 in Programs

Researchers at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital want to learn more about the effects concussions have on the growing brains of young athletes.

River Runs Again

Posted on Oct 17, 2016 in Programs

Seven-year-old River Ross doesn’t remember the day he was airlifted to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital following a car crash in January 2016. It’s a day his parents, Kristine and Brian, and their extended family will never forget.

Austin's Story: The Unofficial Big Brother of the Cancer Unit

Posted on Sep 16, 2016 in Programs

As part of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, we celebrate patients of the Johns Hopkins All Children's Cancer & Blood Disorders Institute, like Austin. As the unofficial big brother of the cancer unit, Austin's had an impact on other kids fighting cancer.

Stroke in Children: What Families Need to Know

Posted on May 11, 2016 in Programs

Most people may think of stroke as a disease affecting older adults, but infants and children can also experience a stroke. In fact, the American Heart Association reports that stroke affects 6 out of every 100,000 children, aged 0-15...

Neurosurgery Robot Brings Hope by Helping Physicians Locate Source of Seizures

Posted on Nov 03, 2015 in Programs

Josh Rosario, age 7, has had epilepsy since early childhood. While his disease has improved under the care of pediatric epileptologist Parrish Winesett, M.D., at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine, he still has 50 or more seizures each day. Josh has Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, a particularly challenging and treatment-resistant form of epilepsy.

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