Like all moms, I wanted only the best for my girls as they were growing up. Throughout my career as a health care provider, I tested the quality of my work by asking: would this be good enough for my kids? At Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, we’ve never settled for anything less than the best for kids — and we never will. I consider it an honor to work for …Continue reading →
During the winter months, I see many young athletes who have long-lasting pain and problems from injuries that happened during the summer and fall. In a lot of these …Continue reading →
Parents now have access to an increasing number of resources designed to help them care for their children, including a variety of websites, daytime TV shows, books and magazines. However, it’s important to understand the difference between what those …Continue reading →
It is hard to believe that 2012 is almost over and the holidays are right around the corner. This is typically a season when families give and receive a lot of gifts. As someone who works in injury prevention, I know this is also a time when children are at an increased risk …Continue reading →
As a mom, I know how fun and exciting Halloween can be for children. But as a pediatrician, I also know how important it is for parents to be involved in helping older children stay safe while trick-or-treating.
In the following video, I share what I think parents should know before letting their kids go out trick-or-treating:
In the past 40 years, there’s been a big improvement in the survival rate of kids with cancer and blood disorders, and that’s due to one thing: Research. Today two of our doctors, Sam Milanovich, MD, and Julie Talano, MD, received grants from the Hyundai Hope on Wheels program.
I was so proud to honor them, because I know it’s through research that we learn how to improve treatment and enhance quality of life for our patients. Watch highlights from today’s press conference: …Continue reading →