Tag: Baptist Children’s Hospital

Answers for Parents About MIS-C, or Multisystem...

Public health officials have named it “multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children,” or MIS-C, a condition associated with COVID-19 that can...

June 3, 2020

Toy Safety 2019: Latest on Hazards, Tips...

Despite the year-round toy safety campaign against unsafe toys by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and private organizations,...

December 4, 2019

Safe Infant Sleep: Many Parents Still Not...

Many parents still don’t fully understand the risk factors associated with SIDS.

October 23, 2019

Changing Lives Through Day of Smiles 2019

Doctors and clinical staff at Baptist Children’s Hospital will once again come together for the 18th Annual Day of Smiles,...

May 10, 2019

Frozen in Time: Hypothermia Treatment Helps Teen...

When Dwayne Powell (pictured above) deftly dribbles a basketball or sketches one of his stunning drawings, mom Tia Burrows feels...

January 9, 2019

Screen Time and Children: Major Study to...

How much “screen time” kids should be allowed on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets is still being debated and...

December 17, 2018

Roundup: Flu-Related Death in Florida, Proper Insulin...

Unvaccinated Child in Florida is First to Die This Flu Season, Public Health Officials say A Florida child died from...

October 19, 2018

CDC Warns About Rare, Polio-Like ‘Mystery Illness’...

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning parents about a rare disease known as acute flaccid myelitis...

October 18, 2018

Increasing Number of Young Children Not Getting...

Young children need vaccines against a range of potentially serious diseases, many of which have been nearly eradicated in the...

October 15, 2018

Kids’ Sports: Playing Safe to Avoid Overuse...

Students returning to the classroom this time of year also means many are resuming sports activities on fields and courts....

August 21, 2018

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Roundup: Vaccines May Ease ‘Long Haul’...

Vaccines Reportedly Help Relieve ‘Long Haul’ COVID Symptoms, But More Studies Needed The term “long haulers” refers to COVID-19 survivors who have experienced a range...

There’s a Fix for Your Back...

If you’re experiencing that achy back feeling, you aren’t alone. The leading cause of disability in the U.S., back pain will affect 80 percent of...

Sudden Retirement of NBA Star Puts...

In a sudden announcement, Brooklyn Nets all-star center LaMarcus Aldridge, 35, announced on social media that he is retiring from the NBA after experiencing an...

Debunking Vaccine Falsehoods: They Won’t Alter...

“Out of an abundance of caution,” the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have urged...

What Expectant Black Women Need to...

Pregnancy-related deaths have increased in the last decade in the United States, placing the country last among all developed nations when it comes to maternal...

Making Clinical Trials More Accessible to...

For cancer patients who have complex cancers with limited options or who have exhausted all other treatment options, clinical trials can be a beacon of...

What to Expect at an Appointment...

If you’ve been experiencing worrisome symptoms, have a family or personal history of heart or vascular disease, or simply want to learn how to lower...

Is it Allergies or COVID-19? Some...

Despite the very subtle change of seasons in South Florida, seasonal allergies are very common because there’s plenty of pollen in the air and mold...

When Precision Matters: New Technology at...

Every millimeter matters when you’re undergoing delicate spine surgery. That’s why a new groundbreaking robotic platform to assist neurosurgeons adds an extra measure of surety at Marcus...

Resistant Hypertension: Controlling Blood Pressure Via...

Nearly half of adults in the U.S., or about 108 million, have hypertension, or high blood pressure. An even more concerning fact: Only about 1...