Kids' Health
Surgery before birth saves lives of preemie twins

Surgery before birth saves lives of preemie twins

Twin sisters Amina and Rahia were diagnosed with twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome, a rare condition that occurs when one twin donates blood to the other while in the womb and, if left untreated, potentially can be fatal for both babies.

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What my toddler taught me about injury prevention: When actions have no consequences

What my toddler taught me about injury prevention: When actions have no consequences

Children’s injury prevention coordinator Dex Tuttle says defining safe boundaries and rules are important while encouraging the learning and exploration process to increase your child’s confidence and creativity.

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Honoring patient- and family-centered care

Honoring patient- and family-centered care

When Deb’s daughter was born prematurely at 28 weeks, Kathy Wharton, RN, in Children’s neonatal intensive care unit, was there to comfort her, teach her and laugh with her.

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Preemies to princesses: Thank you, Children’s

Preemies to princesses: Thank you, Children’s

Debbie Gillquist says hardly a day passes that her family isn’t grateful for Children’s quality work, care, compassion and expertise.

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5 tips for home and neighborhood safety

While your local barbecue or block party is a great time to reconnect with your neighbors and enjoy a potluck, it’s also a great chance to review home and neighborhood safety tips with your kids.

The volunteer under Twinkle: Vince Opheim

Have you ever seen Children’s mascot Twinkle and wondered who is inside that smiling blue star? Chances are it’s Vince Opheim, who has volunteered as Twinkle for nearly six years.