pediatric

5 Ebola Facts We Want You To Know

Update 1/16, 2014 Because we are receiving so many questions about the hospital’s preparation for handling Ebola we wanted to... Read full post »

How One Family Made a Difference through ResearchMatch

Megan Reynolds considers herself fortunate. She is the mother of two healthy boys. As an employee of Nationwide Children’s Hospital,... Read full post »

Treating Crohn’s Disease with Nutrition Therapy

If you could treat your child’s Crohn’s disease with nutrition therapy instead of medication, would you do it? What if... Read full post »

Resources for Kids with Special Needs

As a pediatrician taking care of many kids with special needs, I realized early on that I wanted to help... Read full post »

Promising New Treatment for Incontinence

As a pediatric urologist, I am often asked to see and treat children with various forms of urinary incontinence. This... Read full post »

From a Former NICU Mommy

Benjamin Miller filmed his son’s first year, posted the video online on his wife’s birthday and the beautiful touching story... Read full post »

What Cough and Cold Medication Can I Give My Child?

Young children get lots of colds, some as many as 8 to 10 each year before they turn 2 years... Read full post »

The Bedwetting Blues

Waking up wet in the morning is a common problem for many children.  In addition to being confusing and embarrassing... Read full post »