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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.

Winter 2019-2020
SUMMER / FALL 2019
FALL 2018
SPRING 2018
Cart Wheels Winter 2017-18
WINTER 2017

COVID-19: Implications for children and adults with congenital heart disease

We do not currently have a lot of information about COVID-19 infection in children and adults with congenital heart disease and outcomes. However, based on what is known, we think some patients may be at […]

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COVID-19 and kids: The latest on what parents need to know

Kentucky is starting to see some cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in kids. While the virus appears to be — for the most part — less severe for children, many parents are showing concern. Kristina […]

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Norton Healthcare has a no-visitor policy, with few exceptions

No-visitor policy To keep our patients and team members safe, we now have a no-visitor policy with few exceptions until further notice. This is a proactive measure to reduce the spread of COVID-19. All Norton [...]

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How to manage your kids’ anxiety over COVID-19

Amid the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, children may worry about getting sick or how the disease may affect their loved ones. Parents and guardians play an important role in helping children process what is happening and relieving […]

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COVID-19 tips from the mom of a child with cystic fibrosis

My household is no stranger to germ precautions. My 2-year-old daughter, Hazel, has cystic fibrosis, which means she is at a greater risk of getting lung infections because of the thick, sticky mucus that builds […]

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