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Creating healthy tomorrows... for one child, for all children.
Creating healthy tomorrows... for one child, for all children.

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Approximately one in 700 babies is born with it in the United States every year. Johns Hopkins All Children’s currently treats 75 of those patients, offering multiple therapies and multi-disciplined care, especially for patients facing additional medical issues.

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With the holidays, your family may be tempted to overindulge in our favorite meals and desserts. However, there are ways to help kids enjoy their holiday favorites by taking a heart-healthy spin on traditional recipes.

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Flu season means it’s time for your family to think about getting the flu vaccine. Influenza vaccines can help prevent this serious illness that can lead to hospitalization and sometimes, even death. Learn more about what's new with the flu this year.

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Keep your little pumpkin safe this Halloween with these tips from our experts with the Safe Kids Suncoast Coalition led by Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.

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Inspired by his experience as a former hospital volunteer, Dr. Plato "P.J." Alexander pursued a career in medicine and recently returned to Johns Hopkins All Children's as a member of our cardiac critical care team.

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River spent three weeks at ourhospital after a serious brain injury early this year, but still had a long way to go. Now he's often "on the go" and has made a great recovery.

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It can happen without warning, but there are ways to reduce the risks of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) for your baby. During SIDS Awareness Month this October, learn how to prevent SIDS

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The number of kids who develop blood clots is growing. Johns Hopkins All Children's received a $2.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to play a leading role in research on this problem.

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At the Johns Hopkins All Children's Cancer & Blood Disorders Institute, pediatric oncologist Dr. Colin Moore is using his own childhood cancer fight to help patients and families overcome their battle

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In honor of Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, the Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital cafeteria was buzzing with activity as employees, patients and families took part in the second annual "Eat Smart, Play Smart" wellness event.
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