Latest James Whitcomb Riley Hospital for Children Stories
Structural cardiovascular abnormalities present at birth are the leading cause of heart failure in children. Nearly half a million children in the United States have structural heart problems ranging in severity from relatively simple issues
While child booster car seat use has increased across the United States, many seats are improperly installed, leading to increased risk of serious injury for their little passengers.
New guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics should eliminate one of the many stresses of bringing a preterm or low birth weight infant home from the hospital.
By Daniel Lee, The Indianapolis Star Jul. 27--Indianapolis-area hospitals have invested more than $1 billion to build new facilities, which have added 20 percent more beds to the market since 2000.
HOUSTON, June 5, 2008 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- U.S.News & World Report announced the results of the 2008 edition of America's Best Children's Hospitals, identifying the top 30 pediatric hospitals in the country.
At Riley Hospital for Childrenâ€™s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), warning lights hang over sleeping babies, constantly monitoring sound levels, ready to change from green to yellow or red should conversations or other background noise exceed that of normal conversation.
By Story by LIBBY KEELING, Courier & Press staff w
By JENNA FRYER CONCORD, N.C. - Jeff Gordon saw firsthand the strain and heartache childhood illnesses bring early in his career when Ray Evernham's young son was diagnosed with leukemia. Watching his crew chief battle to find top-notch care for Ray J.
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