Can infants and toddlers get migraines?

Many people think of migraine as a condition that affects adults.However, migraine headaches can start at any age, affecting children as young as infants and toddlers. There are many differences between how migraines present in […]

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CDC: Don’t vape with e-cigarettes

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced it is investigating 805 possible cases of electronic cigarette-related lung disease across 46 states, and one U.S. territory, including Kentucky and Indiana. The CDC confirmed 12 […]

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A team approach to tackling a 4-year-old’s leukemia

For many families, Christmas is a time for treasured memories. For the Walsh family, the Christmas of 2018 will always be unforgettable, but not for the usual reasons. That was when 4-year-old Seth was diagnosed […]

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Recipe: Frozen Peanut butter banana bites

September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, and getting kids involved in the kitchen is one way to teach them mindful eating practices. Making sweet treats at home is also a way to avoid dangerous […]

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Norton Children’s Medical Associates – Windy Hills is now open

Norton Children’s is proud to announce the opening of Norton Children’s Medical Associates – Windy Hills. Norton Children’s Medical Associates now has 21 locations to serve your family throughout Louisville and surrounding communities, including Southern […]

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Healthy eating for busy families

This September we are focusing on healthy eating for kids during Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. Knowing that obesity correlates with increased risk of disease, mental health conditions including depression, higher risk of bullying, poorer performance […]

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Last year’s Home & BMW Raffle winner just wanted to help

Some may call it beginner’s luck. Others may call it just plain lucky, but for Dan Haddix, his purchase of two Norton Children’s Hospital Home & Raffle tickets was more about a chance to give […]

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What is a haploidentical blood and marrow transplant?

A haploidentical transplant is a special type of allogeneic blood and marrow transplant used to treat children with blood-related cancer and disorders, for whom a conventional stem cell donor cannot be found. In an allogeneic […]

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Talking to your kids about sexual health and puberty

Growing up in today’s world presents different challenges than even a couple of decades ago. However, some things don’t change: It is important for parents and guardians to start conversations about puberty and sexual health […]

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Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) symptoms in children

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) refers to a chronic inflammation of the intestinal tract. The two main types of inflammatory bowel disease are ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. IBD is common, affecting 1.6 million Americans, including […]

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Seven skills kids learn by cooking

Do you remember helping your parents bake cookies or make dinner as a child? Did you realize you were learning skills such as how to count, measure and read recipes? Inviting your children to help […]

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Sleep apnea in children can cause ADHD-like symptoms. What are they?

Every child can have a day where he or she is grumpy and can’t pay attention after not getting enough sleep. The child might be forgetful and have poor impulse control, too. These can be […]

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