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Avery Conover says she wants to drag race someday, just like her father, Ricky Conover. According to her mother, Kayla Conover, Avery is very independent and doesn’t give up. Kayla says that fighting spirit is […]Read Full Story
Ready to get the COVID-19 vaccine for your child age 12 or older? Walk-in shots at Norton Children’s
For many parents, the spread of the delta variant has changed their view of COVID-19 and whether their children need the vaccine. Just when it seemed we had made it through, cases are rising again […]Read Full Story
Growing rods and a new, less invasive technique — magnetic rods — offer surgical alternatives for children with early onset scoliosis who don’t respond well to casting and whose curve is likely to get worse […]Read Full Story
This post is also available in English Después de semanas de no tener niños internados en Norton Children’s Hospital con COVID-19, ahora hay típicamente dos o tres en el hospital en cualquier momento que están […]Read Full Story
A menstrual period without ovulation — a common occurrence in adolescents — can be quite heavy as they are bleeding solely because the uterus lining has outgrown the blood supply. “This is the reason why […]Read Full Story
Treating children with asthma, cystic fibrosis and other respiratory conditions, Erica Stevens, M.D., MPH, gets to see her patients and their families over months and years. This ongoing relationship with patients and their families is […]Read Full Story
Pequeño repunte en los casos de COVID-19 en el Norton Children’s Hospital; se anima la vacunación After weeks with no children admitted to Norton Children’s Hospital with COVID-19, there are now typically two or three […]Read Full Story
Here are some health tips to get your family off to a good start this school year. Vaccinations According to Jill S. Howell-Berg, M.D., pediatrician with Norton Children’s Medical Group – Clarksville, students are required to […]Read Full Story
Esther E. Knapp, M.D., MBE, of Norton Children’s Cancer Institute, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, is a board-certified pediatric hematologist/oncologist with specialized training in pediatric bone marrow transplantation. According to Dr. Knapp, taking […]Read Full Story
During the summer, families may enjoy vacations and allow kids more unstructured time than during the school year. This can cause bedtimes to creep later and later, with children sleeping in later in the day. […]Read Full Story
Hygiene for girls can be a thorny topic for parents. Teaching preteens about good hygiene isn’t easy, but it’s important. Poor hygiene can change the natural balance of the vagina and lead to conditions such […]Read Full Story
Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) is considered the best way to diagnose and monitor hypertension in children. Hypertension, also called persistent high blood pressure on repeat checks, is rising among children and teens due to […]Read Full Story