See what Cleveland Clinic Children's physicians are saying in the news about caring for your child, whether it is the sniffles or something more serious.
In the News
Ben Carson will deliver a keynote address next month at Cleveland Clinic Children's Pediatric Innovation Summit.
Dr. Sara Lappe shares ways to help your child break his or her sugary drink bad habit.
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An allergy is an abnormal or hypersensitive reaction to something. The treatment of allergies is also called Immunology. Some of the most common childhood allergies include plant pollens, bee stings, food allergies, environmental allergies and asthma. Our Pediatric Allergy department is actively involved in allergy research and testing, ensuring that our patients have access to the latest treatment options.
Study finds children at a predisposed risk of developing a peanut allergy may be able to reduce that risk by consuming the nut earlier in life. Dr. Brian Schroer comments.
Common Childhood Illnesses
Childhood endures plenty of coughs, sneezes and runny noses—with very few being serious. Common childhood illnesses include bacterial infections (middle ear infections) and viral infections such as Chickenpox and Rotavirus. Most common conditions can be treated with a visit to your pediatrician. Cleveland Clinic's Children's physicians see patients in more than 20 locations across Northeast Ohio.
Experts discuss 10 essential facts about whooping cough. Dr. Camille Sabella comments.
Emotions & Behaviors
Healthy behavioral development involves learning the social norms for acceptable behavior and the expression of emotions. Some emotional/behavioral conditions are present from birth, while others can appear late in an adolescent's life (eating disorders, depression). Many behavioral disorders have the potential to impact a child's ability to learn (ADHD), to focus on tasks, to accept challenges, and to cope with everyday stresses.
Study findings point to a strong genetic influence on sleepwalking and, to a lesser degree, sleep terrors. Dr. Deb Lonzer comments.
Study finds no link between autism and the vaccine against measles, mumps and rubella. Dr. Thomas Frazier comments.
Dr. Thomas Frazier comments on results of autism study.
The medical field that treats the heart and its ability to circulate blood is called Cardiology. Our pediatric cardiologists and heart surgeons are among the most highly trained in the world. Our teams can detect many heart conditions, including irregular heartbeats, valve disorders and congenital defects, while a baby is still in the womb. Our surgeons routinely perform the most complex heart procedures on the tiniest patients, including artery transpositions and Tetralogy of Fallot.
Dr. Peter Aziz discusses guidelines on long QT syndrome.
Dr. Robert Stewart is featured as an everyday hero.
A teen from West Virginia is crediting Cleveland Clinic Children’s for saving his life. Dr. Robert Stewart comments.
When 16-month-old Layla Ries recently got a new heart, doctors from Akron Children’s Hospital and the Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital performed her transplant surgery together. Dr. Robert Stewart comments.
Neurology includes the brain, spinal cord and nerves. Any neurological abnormalities or damage often cause problems in other areas of the body, since the brain's message pathways have been compromised. Our pediatric neurology and neurosurgery was ranked No. 1 in Ohio and No. 3 nationally by U.S. News & World Report for 2012-13. Our pediatric neurosurgery services emphasize a multi-disciplinary approach to treatment, using the same core care team to treat a patient even into adulthood.
Concussions can be damaging to children’s long-term brain health. Dr. Rick Figler comments.
The body's bones, joints, and the muscles that operate them form the field of Orthopaedics. Sports injuries are also included in this field, through Cleveland Clinic’s Sports Health Program. Our orthopaedic physicians have access to the vast resources of Cleveland Clinic's Orthopaedic & Rheumatologic Institute and treat more than 15,000 children per year.
With warmer temperatures come more injuries for children adjusting to growth spurts. Dr. Ryan Goodwin comments.
Experts weigh in on the dangers and safety guidelines of trampolines. Dr. Ryan Goodwin comments.
Special Interest & Giving
At Cleveland Clinic Children’s, everything we do is about providing world class health care to young patients and their families when they need it most. Our pediatric medical teams provide expert specialized care for young patients. Our researchers pioneer new diagnosis and treatment options for the most challenging childhood diseases. Our educators train the next generation of top pediatric physicians and nurses. Our caregivers bend over backwards to make each patient’s hospital stay as comfortable as possible.These stories highlight just a few of our efforts and the efforts of the community around us.
Cedar Point is offering a special price on a limited number of rooms at its newly restored Hotel Breakers to help raise money for Cleveland Clinic Children’s. Alec Kulik, Cleveland Clinic Children’s institute administrator comments.
Urology & Kidneys
Kidney disease affects the kidney's ability to remove liquid waste from the body. The treatment of kidney problems is also called Nephrology. Our Transplant Center has extensive experience with pediatric transplant patients and coordinates services with our dedicated pediatric dialysis unit.
Teenager prepares for college this fall after receiving a new kidney. Dr. Charles Kwon comments.
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