The St. Louis Children's Hospital Mom Docs joined KSDK's ShowMe St. Louis to discuss safe sun exposure for kids this summer.
Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann co-leads a parent chat on the St. Louis Post Dispatch, including advice on handling news of tragic events.
A panel of St. Louis Children's Hospital MomDocs joined KSDK's ShowMe St. Louis to share their different perspectives on sleep patterns.
Dr. Charles Goldfarb speaks with the St. Louis Post Dispach about specialized hand surgery that saved a child from amputation, and that's only done in a few centers nationwide.
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.
Kids are winding up in the emergency room after eating Flamin Hot Cheetos. Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann explains why on Fox News.
Dr. David Molter discusses the heroic efforts of the team of first responders who rescued a teenager after a critical ATV accident.
Pediatric hospitalist Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann offers her perspective on kids and guns in the St. Louis Post Dispatch Healthy Kids Column.
Digital Journal reports on the features that make St. Louis Children's Hospital's emergency department "ouchless".
The Ladue News highlights the Healthy Kids Express mobile health van, and its value to the St. Louis community.
Lila Kertz, pediatric nurse practitioner, spoke with KTVI about asthma - its risk factors, symptoms and treatments.
Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann gives some advice for parents wondering what impact red food dye is having on their children.
MaryAlice McCubbins, trauma nurse practitioner, talks about the rise in serious injuries cased by lawnmowers.
Dr. Kristine Williams discusses with the St. Louis Post Dispatch new research suggesting broken bones heal as well with splints as they do casts.
Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann talks with KSDK Investigative Reporter Leisa Zigman about the potential behavioral impact on kids of eating foods with red dye.
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.
The St. Louis Post Dispatch speaks with Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann about its investigation of mold in kids juice boxes.
Dr. Charles Eldridge speaks with KTVI about pediatric gun shot wounds, in reference to an 8-year-old recovering from critical injuries caused by a BB gun.
Dr. Mark Halstead, sports medicine physician, speaks with KMOV about sports injuries and how to prevent them.
Answer Line nurse Courtney Moore outlines playground safety tips for the St. Louis Post Dispatch.
Dr. Angela Lumba-Brown outlines the signs, symptoms, and treatment options for concussion in the St. Louis Post Dispatch Healthy Kids Column.
Episode 3 of The Frontline for Hope aired March 30 on KSDK.
Episode 1 of The Frontline for Hope aired on KSDK Saturday, March 16.
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.
The St. Louis Post Dispatch introduces us to Drew, a neurocritical care patient at St. Louis Children's Hospital.
Three St. Louis Children's Hospital physicians outline their concerns about the gun violence they see regularly.
For his Making a Difference segment, KSDK's Mike Bush highlighted Velma Hunt, patient liaison from the Emergency Unit for more than 55 years!
Dr. Jackie Saito talks to KTVI about kids and appendicitis: signs, symptoms, and best how doctors can best diagnose the condition.
Dr. Greg Storch explains to KTVI that flu season is slower to hit Missouri, but the worst could still be coming.
Winter is upon us, and the germs are spreading. Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann talks to KTVI about the illnesses we're seeing in our emergency department.
Dr. Doug Carlson speaks to KSDK about the dangers of kids spending too much time in the cold weather.
Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann, pediatric hospitalist, discusses the medical complications that can arise from consuming too much of a particular kind of junk food.
Diana Kraus, RN, manager of trauma services, along with more than 60 kids from our daycare, helps KSDK illustrate the dangers of the blind spot.
Cold and flu season is upon us. KTVI spoke with Dr. Bo Kennedy, emergency medicine, about staying healthy this time of year.