Children’s Related

Meet Ryker. Born at 24 weeks, weighing just 1 lb. 1 oz., this sweet boy officially graduated from our BPD clinic earlier today! Congratulations Ryker, what an incredible milestone! #NCHNICUGrad #preemie #prematurityawareness

Kinley was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia-Hypodiploid on September 6, 2011. She spent 3 months at Nationwide Children's Hospital before going home with her family. #CancerLauNCH #ChildhoodCancerAwarenessMonth

Did you know, children with asthma can have poorer quality of sleep? Coughing causes awakenings throughout the night so the child does not feel refreshed and well rested in the morning.

It’s National Child Passenger Safety Week, and Petra, supervisor of the Suncoast Safe Kids Coalition, shows us what type of car seat to have for your child and how to properly install it:

During last year's St. Jude Walk/Run, Emma Grace and her mom did the 5k together, just a day after Emma Grace had her six-year post-treatment checkup. "We continue to feel the blessings of St. Jude," said Emma Grace's mom. "We'll be forever grateful."

According to a new study @JAMAPediatrics, sleep schedules are associated with adiposity in female but not male adolescents, with no associated cardiometabolic risk for either sex. #sleep #adolescents

We had a blast celebrating learning at our Railroad to Reading event on our Park Ridge campus this weekend! Seven local libraries joined us in our goal to help promote school readiness and success through reading. Thanks to all who joined us! 📚

To all the heroes who stepped up at CELLEBRATION to support our #StrongAgainstCancer fundraising initiative – thank you! Together you raised over $1.4 million to advance immunotherapy research, making the future brighter for kids fighting cancer now and for those to come.

Today, the @CFAPeachBowl announced a historic $20 million gift to our Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center. The Peach Bowl LegACy Fund will be hyper-focused on funding clinical trials for the most promising new drugs and treatment options for kids fighting cancer.

Rachelle, a community educator within our Safe Routes to School program, talks about the benefits of walking or biking to school, and provides more information about the upcoming International Walk to School Day:

Project SEARCH is an internship program that provides work readiness training & mentorship to @LASchools students with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Our very first cohort consists of four interns and we are so excited to welcome them to CHLA!

M is for Marathon. The St. Jude Memphis Marathon is the largest single-day fundraiser for the hospital. #StJudeAtoZ

“There were times when this has been scary and we’ve had no idea how we were going to get through it. Today we’re the parents of a happy and relatively healthy little boy.”

Healing kids means healing families. Hear #EmergencyDoctor Dr. Michael DiStefano explain why having a hospital that's entirely focused on children makes a difference. #pediatrics

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