Dr. F. Sessions Cole, Chief Medical Officer, speaks with KSDK about new genetic tests available to determine athletic potential.
Dr. Barb Warner, neonatologist, discusses her research in microbes with Smithsonian Magazine.
Studies show parents are starting babies on solid foods earlier than they should. Dr. Kelly Ross, contributor to ChildrensMomDocs.org reviews the guidelines on KTVI.
Joe Buck talks about his love for St. Louis Children's Hospital, and his role in the docuseries "The Frontline for Hope" with The Maryville Pawprint.
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.
KSDK goes behind the scenes of the docuseries highlighting St. Louis Children's Hospital that will air Saturday nights.
Dr. Kelly Ross explains new research that suggests how a baby is born could influence that child's future.
Dr. George Van Hare, director of Cardiology, speaks with the St. Louis Business Journal about a new bill requiring heart screenings for newborns.
Aliyah Wilson was born with a condition called Acrania, previously thought to have a 100% mortality rate. KSDK shares the six-month-old's remarkable story.
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.
After losing their son to CDH in 2008, the Frericks family established Cadan's Carnival to raise money for the cause. KSDK and KTVI attended this year's check presentation.
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.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has revised its position on circumcision for infant boys. Dr. Kelly Ross explains the procedure's risks and benefits on Channel 2.
Dr. Kelly Ross talks with KTVI about pregnancy, childbirth and beyond.
Dr. F. Sessions Cole, Chief Medical Officer and Director of Newborn Medicine, discusses new research in genetic testing for babies.
St. Louis Children's Hospital makes U.S. News Honor roll again.
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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