Category: Children’s health

When athletes get sick

By: Dr. Lora Scott; medical director of sports medicine In 2009 the swine flu hit our community. At the time, I was working as a team physician at the University of Cincinnati and saw the outbreak firsthand in our athletes. … Continue reading

Mirror mirror in his writing?

By: Dr. Stacy Meyer Sprout is really into “projects” lately.  These “projects” can range from elaborate pictures with sculpture like paper additions to a piece of construction paper with a few stickers on it.  Recently he has taken to making … Continue reading

The Thirty-Year Hope

By guest blogger Susan Schwieterman As a member of Dayton Children’s Women’s Board, I have the privilege of seeing how deeply this hospital affects families in our community. Being a part of this impact and hearing patient stories is truly … Continue reading

Dr. Mom takes on peanut allergies

By: Dr. Patricia Abboud I have been overwhelmed by the passionate responses and how many of our followers were interested in my blog from September regarding peanut allergies.  The blog received over 4400 views in December alone! Many of the … Continue reading

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