Music therapy helps children of all ages, including premature infants. Digital Journal highlights the service offered in the St. Louis Children's Hospital NICU.
A Kirkwood family who lost their infant after seven weeks returns to the hospital every year on his birthday to provide each baby in the NICU with a professional photo.
NBC's Today Show sits down with hockey star TJ Oshie and his fiance, Lauren. Their baby daughter, Lyla, was diagnosed with gastroschisis in utero, and has been a patient in our NICU since birth.
Drs. Sessions Cole and Todd Druley discuss dramatic advances in genetic research, and how they are getting closer to identifying and preventing deadly diseases.
Dr. Brad Warner discusses a rare condition called congenital diaphragmatic hernia, and diagnostic and treatment options for the disease.
Dr. Katherine Goetzinger with the Fetal Care Center at Barnes Jewish and St. Louis Children's Hospitals and Washington University School of Medicine talks about new research suggesting women over 35 are less likely to have...
The MomDocs joined ShowMe St. Louis for a panel discussing the importance of a birth plan, and what kind of information should be in it.
Drs. Kelly Ross and Carolyn Smith discuss the health consequences of declining vitamin K injections for newborn babies - a trend that is on the rise.
Rams lineman Kendall Langford visited the St. Louis Children's Hospital NICU with his wife, Cristin and daughter, Kylie. Kylie was born two months premature.
Director of Pharmacy Christine Pavlak, discuss a national drug shortage with KMOX.
KTVI followed the story of Dr. Brad Warner's patient, baby Hayden, who had surgery to correct an omphalocele.
Governor Jay Nixon signs two child health bills at St. Louis Children's Hospital - a bill to screen newborns for congenital heart disease, and one to improve the reporting process for child abuse.
St. Louis Children's Hospital makes prestigious U.S. News Honor Roll, ranks #6 on list of Best Children's Hospitals.
Dr. Barb Warner, neonatologist, discusses her research in microbes with Smithsonian Magazine.
Episode 1 of The Frontline for Hope aired on KSDK Saturday, March 16.
Cardiologist Dr. George Van Hare talks to the St. Louis Post Dispatch about legislation requiring hospitals to test newborns for heart defects.
St. Louis Kids Magazine highlights the new TV docuseries airing Saturday nights on KSDK.
The new docuseries featuring St. Louis Children's Hospital, The Frontline for Hope, is announced by the St. Louis American.
Dr. George Van Hare, director of Cardiology, speaks with the St. Louis Business Journal about a new bill requiring heart screenings for newborns.
KTVI shares the story of an amazing baby born in our Fetal Care Center, with an omphalocele.
The St. Louis Post Dispatch highlights a new technique in the NICU where premature babies receive massage therapy.
The St. Louis Beacon examines the issue of premature birth, and the programs available in the St. Louis Children's Hospital NICU, thanks to the March of Dimes.
Dr. Brad Warner, director of surgery, speaks with reporters in Quincy, Illinois about a rare genetic disease called congenital diaphragmatic hernia.
Dr. F. Sessions Cole, Chief Medical Officer and Director of Newborn Medicine, discusses new research in genetic testing for babies.
Dr. F. Sessions Cole has a passion for pediatric medicine and the dicey economic issues attached to health care dollars.
One of our vice presidents traveled around the world to better understand what causes infant mortality and what we can do to prevent it.
Dr. F. Sessions Cole gives tips on preventing premature birth during a radio segment on parentsjournal.com.
An infant born with his intestines on the outside of his body is recovering in the NICU.
"Cooling therapy" shows promise for at-risk newborns.
Dr. F. Sessions Cole speaks with the Wall Street Journal about Family-Centered Care.
New report issues warning for parents against co-sleeping.
Dr. F. Sessions Cole talks to the Wall Street Journal about the dangers of delivering a baby too soon.
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