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A sick 2-year-old boy in Georgiawho caught the eye of the media when fundraising money for his medical treatment was stolen from a lemonade standis receiving treatment in a Cincinnati hospital for his intestinal disorder. After local media broke the
A sick Georgia toddler who drew public attention when a lemonade stand raising money for him was robbed is in Cincinnati for treatment of his intestinal disorder. Donations flowed in to 2-year-old Logan Varnadoe's family after word spread that a
Adults without children or those who raised children before such measures and devices were even contemplated, let alone sold (at places like B.C. Children's Hospital), at times questionned whether I wasn't being overly zealous. But here's the stat:
Now 17, he's on his way home to the Dominican Republic after surgeons at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center removed about a quarter of his brain to stop the seizures. Other than stopping his seizures, the removal of the brain should have
Elizabeth Healthcare says it could save babies' lives with a new neonatal intensive care unit in Edgewood, and the hospital is ready to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to make it happen. But instead, company executives and lawyers have spent
Eleven Cincinnati schoolchildren have been taken for hospital treatment after their school bus was hit by another vehicle. Authorities say the injuries appeared to be mainly bruises and bumps. A message for information was left at Cincinnati Children'
Perlman, an orthopedic surgeon and founder of the cerebral palsy clinic at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center named in his honor, died Friday...Susan Schiller, executive director of United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Cincinnati, called him "
Two children were injured in a crash that shut down the westbound lanes of William Howard Taft Road at Victory Parkway this morning, according to Cincinnati police. The children are being taken to Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. Their
Transporting pregnant women in premature labor to hospitals with the highest-level neonatal intensive care units greatly increases their babies' odds of surviving, new research from Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center shows...Babies born
Volunteer Don Freed now holds the record for the number of hours served at a Ronald McDonald House in Ohio. Freed has volunteered more than 15,000 hours since joining the Avondale facility that serves as a "home away from home" to children receiving