How to recognize celiac disease

How to recognize celiac disease

What if you couldn’t eat bread? Or pasta? Or cookies? What if you couldn’t eat anything containing wheat, rye, and barley because of a protein found in these grains? Millions of Americans — including children — get gas, diarrhea, and other symptoms whenever they eat...
The facts on infant immunization

The facts on infant immunization

National Infant Immunization Week highlights the importance of protecting infants and young children from vaccine-preventable diseases. It’s important to stay up-to-date on your children’s well visits and routine vaccinations. Being a parent is hard. We get it –...
A parent’s guide to epilepsy

A parent’s guide to epilepsy

How much do you know about this condition that affects more than 450,000 American children? Epilepsy is the fourth most common neurological condition — impacting more than 3 million people in the United States, according to the Epilepsy Foundation. The condition,...
Keep your child safe from falls

Keep your child safe from falls

We all want our kids to be physically active and to enjoy their playtime while still being safe. According to the CDC, falls are the leading cause of non-fatal injuries for all children ages 0 to 19. This statistic holds true to our data here at Children’s Hospital at...