Cart Wheels

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.

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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.

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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.

Safety City: Field trip destination celebrates 25 years

If you were a second-grader in Jefferson County after 1993, chances are you took a field trip to Safety City. For 25 years, nearly 150,000 second-grade students from private, public, parochial and home school programs […]

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Sleep deprivation with a newborn? Restoring sleep habits may take year

Most parents realize they’re in for some sleep deprivation when having a newborn at home, but now researchers have determined it takes much longer for sleeping habits to return to normal. A recent studyfound sleep […]

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Leukemia in children: What it is, signs and symptoms

Leukemia is the most common cancer in children and teens, accounting for almost 1 out of 3 cancers. Most childhood leukemias are acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL). Most of the remaining cases of leukemia in children […]

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Collaborative heart care helps Indiana boy’s Ebstein anomaly

Audrey Sims’ first clue that her twins’ birth would be complicated came at 14 weeks of pregnancy, when a routine ultrasound found that one of her sons, Aiden, had a blocked lymph node, which can […]

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What is congenital diaphragmatic hernia?

Diaphragmatic hernia is a hole in the diaphragm caused by a birth defect. The diaphragm is the large muscle that separates the chest from the abdomen. In a diaphragmatic hernia, organs such as intestines, spleen, […]

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