Children’s Related

Learn how easy it is to stay connected to your health. #MakeHealthyHappen

Are you interested in participating in the Little Heroes Research Study? Check out the study flier for details!

“ get right back up!” Lifelong patient, Nate, shares words of wisdom with @SeattleuDM and @DMatUW students at @CMNHospitals Dance Marathon benefiting #StrongAgainstCancer and Seattle Children’s. #forthekids

From e-visits to same-day scheduling, it’s easy to find your healthy place.

If a child is having a tantrum, it’s important not to overreact. Try to understand why the child is frustrated.

2 more days until our BIG reveal on Monday! It involves surprising some very special #AdvocateKids... Stay tuned each day as we reveal a clue! 👧🧒🐻🌵

Emily had a severe case of #CongenitalDiaphragmaticHernia, and treatment options were limited because she’s a twin. Her parents feared that only her brother Tommy would survive, but they celebrated their third birthday together this year. #CDH

These tips can help you figure out why your child is coughing:

Check out this photo from the early 1920s when we added physical and occupational therapy to the list of services we offer. Today, PT/OT is just one of the many services we offer at our hospitals and clinics statewide!

Spotted: Drs. Mahle and Petit from our Sibley Heart Center at #Cadiology2019. Later today, Dr. Petit will give a talk about catheter therapies for pulmonary atresia with intact ventricular septum. #CHOP2019

With Advocate Aurora Health, you’re always connected to your healthy place. Let’s #MakeHealthyHappen:

.@Nationwidekids is doing a research study to look at how the body’s immune system responds to infections. We are looking for healthy children between the ages of 2 months and 18 years to learn more about the immune system. Check out the study flier for details!

Learn more about keeping your kids warm this winter with these tips →

Most women — about 80 percent — experience the “baby blues” immediately after birth. Women may have mood swings, tearfulness, difficulty sleeping, or changes in appetite. Remember: this is normal and temporary.

It's the most common virus you've probably never heard of: Respiratory Syncytial Virus or RSV. Here's what parents need to know if their child is affected. #RSV

What a DINO-MITE Valentine's Day! We had amazing support from @PartyCity, @jamieleecurtis, @Arlenv1 and YOU! We've received over 105,000 cards from over 70 countries! Thank you!

Learn how easy it is to stay connected to your health. #MakeHealthyHappen

Dr. Clay mobilizes members of a national organization to bring cheer to hospitalized children. Get a glimpse into the tiny moments that tell the larger story of "All we do. All for kids." >>

Not every newborn baby rides in a car, fire truck, ambulance, helicopter & an airplane all within the first 12 days of life. But that was Callyn’s whirlwind entrance into the world. Now 3-weeks-old, he's home recovering after a life-saving heart surgery. Stay strong, buddy!

Today is International Childhood Cancer Day. St. Jude treats children from all across the world, and we won’t stop until no child dies from cancer. #ICCD2019

Meet Jessica! She shares her inspiring story with us in honor of #HeartMonth:

Do not rush potty training. No matter how frustrated you or your child get, keep things calm—the time will come.

“Helping patients get to the other side of a critical time in their health is so rewarding. I love seeing the smile on their face as they leave the #CardiacICU.” Meet cardiac intensivist Dr. Katja Gist and learn why she loves caring for kids: #cardiology

Ring that bell, Dylan! Ring it for all to hear! After five months of intense chemotherapy for Burkitt’s lymphoma, a rare and aggressive cancer of the lymphatic system, last week 4-year-old Dylan had his last treatment at our MACC Fund Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders.

3 to 6 year olds with Fragile X Syndrome needed for a research study. Details: @NFXFoundation @fragilexsyndrom @FRAXAresearch

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