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.
The MomDocs visit ShowMe St. Louis to discuss lawn care safety tips.
Beth Schickler, an orthopedics nurse practitioner, talks to Channel 2 about the severe sledding injuries she's seen, and offers tips on how to avoid them.
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.
KSDK highlights the story of an Arkansas family who has adopted five special-needs children from overseas, many of whom are receiving specialized care at St. Louis Children's Hospital.
Dr. Matthew Dobbs leads a study that confirms the benefit of wearing back braces in the treatment of scoliosis.
Dr. Kristine Williams discusses with the St. Louis Post Dispatch new research suggesting broken bones heal as well with splints as they do casts.
St. Louis Children's Hospital makes prestigious U.S. News Honor Roll, ranks #6 on list of Best Children's Hospitals.
Dr. Mark Halstead, sports medicine physician, speaks with KMOV about sports injuries and how to prevent them.
Episode 3 of The Frontline for Hope aired March 30 on KSDK.
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