Marty Keller, MD, appears on Channel 2 to discuss accidental shootings and the study that indicates 75 percent of them occur in the home.
KMOV shares the story of Paige Breckle, a little girl who was run over by a school bus then transferred to St. Louis Children's Hospital. Two months after the accident, she's back on her feet and recovering well.
Dr. Brad Warner, Surgeon-in-Chief at St. Louis Children's Hospital, and other first responders talk about the emotional toll of repeatedly caring for victims of gun violence.
Fox2 reporter Patrick Clark spent the day following the St. Louis Children's Hospital Critical Care Transport Team as they ran drills in preparation for scene response services, set to begin July 1.
The MomDocs visit ShowMe St. Louis to discuss lawn care safety tips.
St. Louis Children's Hospital will soon become the first freestanding children's hospital to offer scene response services. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch shares the details of the new program.
NASA recently backed a study exploring how humans can be put into a prolonged sleep using therapeutic hypothermia. Dr. Amit Mathur explains that therapeutic hypothermia is standard of care hospitals for some trauma patients,...
St. Louis Children's Hospital partnered with a former patient to spread the message about the dangers of distracted driving. KTVI explains the project.
After she suffered serious injuries in a distracted driving accident, Ashlei turned to her care team at St. Louis Children's Hospital to help raise awareness among teens. KSDK tells about the program developed as a result.
MaryAlice McCubbins, a trauma nurse practitioner, talks to KSDK about the dangers of having dogs around children.
HEC-TV highlights the annual "Clinical Save" celebration, recognizing first responders for their heroic rescues in the field.
In the last two weeks, our trauma team has treated three children for lawn mower amputations or near-amputations. Pediatric nurse practitioner Beth Schickler offers safety tips on KSDK.
Dr. Charles Goldfarb speaks with the St. Louis Post Dispatch about specialized hand surgery that saved a child from amputation, and that's only done in a few centers nationwide.
Pediatric hospitalist Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann offers her perspective on kids and guns in the St. Louis Post Dispatch Healthy Kids Column.
MaryAlice McCubbins, trauma nurse practitioner, talks about the rise in serious injuries cased by lawnmowers.
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. 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.
The new docuseries featuring St. Louis Children's Hospital, The Frontline for Hope, is announced by the St. Louis American.
Three St. Louis Children's Hospital physicians outline their concerns about the gun violence they see regularly.