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Cart Wheels is produced three times a year by the Children’s Hospital Foundation in conjunction with the Marketing and Communications department of Norton Healthcare.

Norton Children’s Hospital, through support from the Children’s Hospital Foundation, offers a free subscription to CartWheels, a magazine dedicated to children’s health and wellness. You’ll discover stories of hope, child safety, child health issues, treatments and services available, events, planned giving and much more.

Read the latest issues of CartWheels.

Cart Wheels Summer/Fall 2021
Winter 2021-22
Cart Wheels Summer/Fall 2021
Summer/Fall 2021
Cart Wheels Spring 2021
Spring 2021
Cart Wheels Fall / Winter 2020
Fall / Winter 2020
Cart Wheels Spring 2020
Spring 2020
Winter 2019-2020
Summer / Fall 2019
Fall 2018
Spring 2018
Cart Wheels Winter 2017-18
Winter 2017

Study: Breastfeeding reduces risk of heart disease

A new study confirms that a patient who breastfeeds has a reduced risk of heart disease and stroke, or death from cardiovascular disease. New research suggests that the risk decreases with longer periods of breastfeeding, […]

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Any teenager can have a heart attack, not just athletes

You occasionally hear about it on the news: A seemingly healthy child suddenly collapses or dies after cardiac arrest on the football field or basketball court, or during another sporting event. But any teenager can […]

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New technology is treating heart defects in premature babies

State-of-the-art technology is helping save the lives of some of Louisville’s youngest patients. Cardiologists are using a new device to help treat micro-preemies — babies born before the 28th week of pregnancy and/or weighing less than […]

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Symptoms of ear infections in kids

Children are more likely than adults to get ear infections. If your child says their ear hurts, you may wonder: Could it be an ear infection? Middle ear infection (otitis media) is the most common […]

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COVID-19 puts pediatric patients with bleeding disorders at higher risk

Some pediatric patients with bleeding disorders may have a higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19, especially if they have serious underlying medical conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, obesity or asthma. Although most bleeding […]

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