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Event celebrating the reunion of former NICU patients and their families.
The University of Maryland Children's Hospital (UMCH) is a resource for sick children and their families throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Get to know UMCH.
Casey Cares Foundation hosts a party for patients in the University of Maryland Children's Hospital.
What is Celiac Disease?
Interview with Dr. Carissa Baker-Smith.
Interview with Carla Adkins.
Interview with Dr. Trevor Valentine
How to diagnose Celiac Disease.
Dr. Cynthia Bearer discusses how neonatology research helps infants.
Interview with Dr. Sunjay Kaushal.
Interview with Paul Palka, whose son Noah had heart surgery at UMMC.
Matthew Colantuno received a successful kidney transplant after being cared for by several teams within the Children's Hospital, including the NICU, PICU and Center for Advanced Fetal Care.
How to keep your infant safe in a car seat.
Kahla Tallie was just a baby when her mother learned she had kidney failure and would require a transplant. Her mother was a living kidney donor for Kahla, giving her daughter life for a second time through transplantation.
How to live with Celiac Disease.
Molly Wassenius had feeding issues as a child and was referred to the University of Maryland Children's Hospital to help her gain weight and absorb essential nutrients.
Faith Taylor was diagnosed in utero with a heart condition. Her mother received specialized prenatal care during her pregnancy to monitor the defect, and a specially trained team of experts was on-hand at Faith's birth to make sure she was able to breathe upon delivery.
Interview with Susie Ripple, who's newborn son Collin underwent heart surgery at UMMC.
Interview with Mi JI Kim discussing the wonderful care she received from the UMMC NICU.
Born at 27 weeks, baby Seven's outlook was not great. After 11 months in the NICU, he's back at home thanks to a tracheostomy.