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pediatrics

Patient Story

‘It was like a dream’

The Gashi family, of Michigan, traveled far in their quest for answers to their daughter’s mysterious illness. They found success right here at home.

Got kids? Master summer skin care

Insect repellant, sunscreen and anti-bacterial ointments are handy tools for parents of little ones who love the outdoors.

Patient Story

Evie the Brave

Resilience and a 'sweet spirit' have helped a Michigan girl in a longtime battle with epilepsy and a genetic condition.

Patient Story

‘Thank you for taking incredible care of me’

Cora Healy, 1, fights through RSV like a superhero.

Prepping for the return of the lunchbox

A dietitian shares delicious tips and tactics to make the coming school year run smoothly.

Patient Story

From patient to nurse technician

Christopher Love forged an indomitable spirit in his teenage fight against a rare type of cancer. The experience changed his life—and it's now shaping his career.

Patient Story

‘The greatest feeling ever’

Little Tinley never stops smiling—from adoption as a baby through months of leukemia treatments and, now, a happily ever after.

Generations after ban, pesticides linger

Long-prohibited chemicals are still showing up in the blood of expectant moms—and it's likely affecting development of the baby.

The brain: Amazingly resilient

Patients recovered most of their function after pediatric epilepsy surgery, which entailed removal or severing up to half the brain.

New guidelines on ADHD

Criteria raises the minimum age for onset of symptoms to age 12 and encourages doctors to rule out other causes of the behavior.

Patient Story

‘It is the hardest day’

Two boys, both born early, fill the Neubert family with joy.

Sports—a boot camp for life skills?

Children who engage in organized team sports often display better socio-emotional skills in later years.