Jenna Berryhill credits her very first patient to turning her interest to ENT. While a NICU nurse by day and nurse practitioner student by night, she served as the primary nurse to Richie, an inpatient with a tracheostomy. She cared for him from infancy until he was discharged 13 months later, while building a deep […]
Why do babies get so many ear infections?
Dr. Sarah Adams, pediatrician, helps explain why kids tend to get so many ear infections. Why do babies get ear infections more than adults? Well, most of it has to do with the fact that their immune system is not as strong and their anatomy is not developed as well as ours to help prevent […]
Watch an ear tube surgery and adenoidectomy as it happens #tubes4jordan
We followed 20-month-old Jordan Pollock on Feb. 13, 2013, during his surgery to insert ear tubes and remove his adenoid.
Febrile seizures: A new challenge for the new year
I think if we needed to close out the year of 2012 with a bang and start with a clean slate we would score a 10.