Zika virus: What you need to know

Zika virusUpdate – Feb. 5: Sexual transmission of Zika has been reported from a person who had traveled to a Zika-endemic area to someone who had never been in an area with Zika virus. Learn more.

The recent news stories about Zika virus have understandably caused a lot of concern. With the outbreak widespread through South American and Central American countries, and predictions that it will make its way to the United States, many are on alert. Much of the fear stems from the Continue reading →

Playroom of Hope sibling care room focuses on brothers and sisters

5-year-old Ivory makes herself at home in our Playroom of Hope sibling care room.

5-year-old Ivory making herself at home in our Playroom of Hope sibling care room.

Having a seriously ill child is one of the most devastating experiences a family can go through. Getting treatment often requires frequent trips to the hospital, even extended stays, and it’s not just the sick child who is affected, but all the members of the family who must Continue reading →

Planning your holiday feast: Be thankful for these healthy eating tips

Your family will be thankful for these healthy eating tipsChristmas is coming, the goose is getting fat! Then there’s New Year’s and the Super Bowl, but first comes Thanksgiving. Turkey Day starts off the season of wonderful events filled with family, fun, festivities and FOOD.

After it’s all said and done, many of us will have made resolutions to stop overeating and lose Continue reading →