Things to Remember After Your Visit

After you return home, you may still have some questions about your child’s stay. You may also have questions about how to take care of your child once they are home. Find answers here!

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Study to look at effects of new greenery on children’s asthma

A new study by Norton Children’s Pulmonology, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, will examine whether more trees and other plants in a neighborhood affects children’s asthma. The team, led by pediatric pulmonologist Scott […]

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Matthew and Beth Allen make $1 million gift in support of Norton Children’s Cancer Institute

Matthew and Beth Allen believe in a future without childhood cancer. This belief was inspired by a family tradition of supporting others, both in their community and — for Matthew — through his career as […]

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Treating speech and other developmental delays early is important

Speech delay in toddlers is very common, along with other developmental delays in children such as motor skills, listening, understanding or social development. About 15% to 20% of children nationally are affected by developmental delays. [...]

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Haploidentical blood marrow transplant patient reaches milestones, celebrates turning 18

On Valentine’s Day, 2020, Angel Florian received a 6-foot-tall plush rose from her boyfriend. It was a substitute for the real flowers he wanted to give her but couldn’t because her weakened immune system made […]

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Cleft lip and palate: 5 things to know

Cleft lip and cleft palate or a combination of the two are some of the most common birth defects in children: 1 in every 700 babies is born with a cleft lip, cleft palate or […]

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Study to look at effects of new greenery on children’s asthma

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Matthew and Beth Allen make $1 million gift in support of Norton Children’s Cancer Institute

Matthew and Beth Allen believe in a future without childhood cancer. This belief was inspired by a family tradition of supporting others, both in their community and — for Matthew — through his career as […]

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Treating speech and other developmental delays early is important

Speech delay in toddlers is very common, along with other developmental delays in children such as motor skills, listening, understanding or social development. About 15% to 20% of children nationally are affected by developmental delays. [...]

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Haploidentical blood marrow transplant patient reaches milestones, celebrates turning 18

On Valentine’s Day, 2020, Angel Florian received a 6-foot-tall plush rose from her boyfriend. It was a substitute for the real flowers he wanted to give her but couldn’t because her weakened immune system made […]

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Cleft lip and palate: 5 things to know

Cleft lip and cleft palate or a combination of the two are some of the most common birth defects in children: 1 in every 700 babies is born with a cleft lip, cleft palate or […]

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