Adrianne was a busy, straight-A student when she started having seizures. A diagnosis of epilepsy and several unsuccessful rounds of medication to manage her seizures brought her to Cleveland Clinic Children’s. After testing and surgical removal of 80% of her right frontal lobe, Adrianne is back doing the things she loves. #epilepsyawarness>>[ Link ]
ICYMI: Our Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital for Rehabilitation patients were thrilled to be among the first to test out shoes made for athletes of all abilities. Thank you, LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Nike!
How much fiber does your child needy need? We broke it down for you.

Figuring Out Dietary Fiber: Does Your Child Need It?
Women who freeze their eggs at age 34 or younger have the highest chance of success when trying to conceive later in life.

Best Time to Freeze Your Eggs is When You're Young
Dr. Vanessa Jensen and other experts share the importance of protecting patient privacy for LGBT youth with U.S. News and World Report.

Can My Doctor Out Me to My Parents?
Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer and is responsible for more than 9,000 deaths in the United States each year.

Why Indoor Tanning is Particularly Dangerous for Young People
“It’s very much a quality of life issue. These kids go to school every day and they can’t focus. They often don’t make friends because they’re worried that they’re going to have an accident.”

Rebecca Cesa, CNP, helps children with incontinence, or bed-wetting issues learn to manage their symptoms
“Even though roadblocks come up in life, it’s important to have a positive outlook, mentally and spiritually,” says Malaika's father. “In addition to her fantastic medical care, positivity helps keep Malaika healthy.”

Nine-Year-Old Battles Sickle Cell Anemia With Positivity
Bringing a child into the world is miraculous, but the physical changes that happen to you after pregnancy? Not so much.

Miss Your Pre-Preggo Body? 5 Things to Know About 'Mommy Makeovers'
Our Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital for Rehabilitation patients were thrilled with a surprise visit from LeBron James and new Nikes made especially for athletes of all abilities. Thank you, LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Nike Basketball!
Do you know how much dairy your child should consume each day? Here's how to meet their daily goals.

Don’t Forget Dairy As Part of Your Child's Healthy Diet
100% of proceeds from every Puzzle Piece Shortbread Cookie purchased at participating Northeast Ohio Panera Bread locations April 3-9 will benefit Cleveland Clinic Children's Center for Autism.

Pre-orders are available now: [ Link ]

Pieces of Hope Puzzle Piece Cookies will be available at several Cleveland Clinic locations during the week. Details coming soon!

Panera Pieces of Hope for Autism | Cookie Sale

“A lot of what we do is really about helping families sort of navigate day-to-day things — in some ways it feels pretty small, but in a lot of ways, it’s pretty important. A lot of it is reassurance. Everyone approaches parenting in their own way.” Get to know Cleveland Clinic Children's Dr. Michelle Medina, Chair of the Department of Community and General Pediatrics.
Proper form can help athletes avoid this serious injury.

How to Avoid the Ominous 'Pop' That Signals a Knee Injury
The number of babies born addicted to opioids and other prescription drugs is steadily rising.

Why More and More Babies Are Born Addicted
Music Therapist Christine Bomberger creates special keepsakes using a special stethoscope to record heartbeats which are then set to music that matches the tempo of the baby's heartbeat.

Heartbeats Made into Music as Keepsake - Cleveland Clinic Newsroom
Adopt this daily habit and you won't regret it.

7 Reasons to Start Your Day with Lemon Water (Infographic)
“Children evoke a feeling of wanting to help them and wanting to make them feel better. And there’s an instant reward — children get better quickly.” Get to know Cleveland Clinic Children's neonatologist Dr. Sabine Iben.
3 questions to ask yourself to determine if your child gets enough sleep.

How to Tell if Your Child is Getting Enough Sleep
As of March 4, the CDC had received reports of 1,242 cases of mumps. Dr. Camille Sabella, director of Cleveland Clinic Children's Center for Pediatric Infectious Diseases, spoke to USA TODAY about the outbreak and what it means for parents.

Mumps outbreaks reported across USA