Responsive neurostimulation system gives teen with epilepsy her life back

When Destiny Beavin tackled her 260-pound brother to the ground, it was cause for celebration. Not just because he’s quite a bit larger than his younger sister, but also because Destiny used her right arm […]

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4 questions to ask about ear infections

My son had his first ear infection when he was 8 months old. We were on vacation in Florida, his first beach vacation, when he spiked a fever of 104. Prior to this, he hadn’t […]

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After nearly dying from cardiac arrest, Ella Beames finds inspiration from actress with local roots

Who can say that 15-year-old Ella Beames’ impulse to make the most of every moment is any stronger than the next person’s? Even Ella doesn’t know for certain. All she knows is that it’s been […]

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Boy saved by bone marrow transplant to meet his donor

The terms of the bone marrow transplant donation meant Matthew and his donor couldn’t know each other’s identities for a year. Now they can meet.

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Heel pain and Sever’s disease can be a part of growing up

My 8-year-old daughter, Kate, is a runner and enjoys competing in cross country and track. Last fall she started complaining that her heel hurt. There were no obvious signs of an issue other than the […]

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7-year-old’s snack stand raises more than $1,000 for children fighting cancer

Seven-year-old Bradley Roberts has a heart of gold and a gargantuan goal. “I’m going to raise $2 million to help kids at Norton Children’s Hospital,” Bradley said. He considers it a perfectly attainable goal, and […]

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NICU baby’s family leaves a new sign every day to thank medical staff

The first 105 days of Remy’s life were confined to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital. Born at just 25 weeks and weighing a little over 1 pound, she […]

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Leukemia survivor to shave head for fellow cancer patients

Join Matthew and help kids fighting cancer! Register today. ClipForKids.org Matthew, a two-time leukemia survivor, will take the stage at Fourth Street Live! on May 20 to have his head shaved. He’s doing it for […]

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Patients and families recall a dedicated NICU nurse’s care

To be a long-time nurse at Norton Children’s Hospital, you must really love what you do. And that means going beyond the job description — something Nancy Allgood, R.N., embraces. Recently some families of patients […]

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Palestinian girl receives lifesaving Apert syndrome surgery

Ian Mutchnick, M.D., pediatric neurosurgeon, spends most of his days saving young lives at Norton Children’s Hospital. But in 2015, he was 6,239 miles away, donating his time to provide free neurosurgical care to kids […]

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Bowling Green family becomes a ‘Brave Heart family’

The Miller family of Bowling Green, Kentucky, has a reason to celebrate Heart Month every day. Their daughter, Abigail, recently celebrated her first birthday — her “heartiversary” — with family and friends. A year ago, […]

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After arterial switch heart operation, the baby is a man on the move

Logan Carroll is a young man on the move. A junior at Western Kentucky University, Carroll spent last summer biking 3,600 miles across the United States to raise money for Alzheimer’s research with his fraternity, […]

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