Tag - Children’s Hospital of Georgia

Asthma plan for back to school

An estimated 7 million U.S. kids under the age of 18 have been diagnosed with asthma, and more than 13 million days of school are missed each year because of the condition, according to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. Many...

Watch Grant’s miracle story

News 12 and NBC 26, the Children’s Miracle Network television partners for Children’s Hospital of Georgia, will be sharing TV stories each night this week about patients and families who have benefited from the specialized care provided at the...

Watch Isabelle’s miracle story

News 12 and NBC 26, the Children’s Miracle Network television partners for Children’s Hospital of Georgia, will be sharing TV stories each night this week about patients and families who have benefited from the specialized care provided at the...

Watch the miracle story on Ellyn Strother

News 12 and NBC 26, the Children’s Miracle Network television partners for Children’s Hospital of Georgia, will be sharing TV stories each night this week about patients and families who have benefited from the specialized care provided...

Healthy teeth tips

Teeth are a very important part of our body. They help in eating, talking and looking your best when you smile. Without healthy teeth and gums, eating would be a pain, and you could become hesitant in opening your mouth to talk or smile because of...

School Separation Anxiety – For Parents and Kids

Back to school means the end of summer break and again with the long hours of separation between children and parents. For some, school is welcomed by both parties; parents can relax in peace, and kids are finally free from boredom. For others, on...

Good school hygiene

Knowledge isn’t the only thing kids are bringing home from school. School is also a thriving ground where bacteria and germs spread — and your child is vulnerable to all of this. School is one of the most ideal places for bacteria to spread because...

Nutrients kids may be missing in their diets

Let’s face it, parents. On average, children are not easy contenders when it comes to food. A lot of kids are picky eaters or tend to eat only one thing. It also doesn’t help that many foods today are more fatty, sugary and processed than ever...

Strength training for kids

When you think about any sort of physical training, children don’t really come to mind. It seems much more natural for kids to get their physical activity from running around or sports, not from lifting weights and other muscle-building tasks...

green space with students walking by

AUGUSTA Magazine: State of the Art

Writer Damon Cline shares a glimpse of what’s on the horizon for Augusta University with AUGUSTA Magazine readers in the August/September 2016 issue. Read about our bright future in education, research and health care, and hear why it’s...

Liska named CEO at Augusta University Medical Center

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Lee Ann Liska, a health care executive with more than 30 years’ experience, has been named executive vice president for health affairs and chief executive officer at Augusta University Medical Center, effective Aug. 22. In her new...

Miracle Treat Day set for July 28

Every DQ Blizzard sold during fundraiser will help purchase vital equipment for Children’s Hospital of Georgia’s PICU AUGUSTA, Ga. – When taking care of seriously ill children on a daily basis, it’s essential that doctors and nurses have the...

10 ways to celebrate fatherhood every day

Pediatrician, father of four shares advice with dads on how to have healthy relationships with their children A mother’s role is vital in the growth and development of a child. But far too often dad’s role in the process is underestimated, or even...

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