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Visitor Restrictions Now In Place

During cold and flu season it is necessary for Nationwide Children’s to take extra steps to protect the health of... Read full post »

Trick or Trigger? Halloween Safety for Allergy Patients

I may be a Halloween treat hypocrite. Admittedly, I enjoy indulging in chocolaty treats on Halloween, but when it comes... Read full post »

Back to School with Asthma

“My child hasn’t needed their inhaler all summer, so do I still need to send one to school?” That’s a... Read full post »

When a Seizure Isn’t Epilepsy

When a child falls down and starts jerking their body, most people assume that the child is having an epileptic... Read full post »

Buying Safe Toys for the Holidays

It’s the time of year when children start making lists of the toys they dream of – the ones they... Read full post »

Food Allergies: How to Safely Navigate Outings

Holiday celebrations with friends and family almost always center around food. While these visits are simply good times to many,... Read full post »

Fevers: Your Questions Answered

In our last blog post on fevers, we explained what a fever is and why it happens. These are a... Read full post »

What to Expect from Ear Tube Surgery

If your child is in need of ear tubes, you probably know why: lots of ear infections. And if your... Read full post »