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It’s with heavy hearts that new fathers and mothers walk through the doors of the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at ... cont.
A week after her 12-hour surgery, looking a little worse for wear, Kathrina is ready to go home.
Even at 4 years old, Kathrina Goodwin has the face of a baby. That’s typical of children with craniofacial defects.
Kathrina Goodwin, 4 years old, is about to undergo a highly complex, extremely dangerous medical procedure that will help ... cont.
Today is the day of Kathrina’s rare surgery. Just after 6 a.m., she waits sleepily with her family for her name to be ... cont.
On Sept. 18, 2000, Kathrina Goodwin’s birth was met with stunned silence. “It was very obvious that something was wrong,” ... cont.
A lot has changed in the Goodwin household since the day Kathrina had her surgery and in the months after her crown came ... cont.
If your family is heading to the slopes this winter, there’s a simple way to cut down on snow sport injuries. Dr. Tony ... cont.
One in every eight children has asthma. It’s a chronic disease of the airways and the symptoms get worse as the weather ... cont.
Dr. Bruder Stapleton talks about why kids are vulnerable to sports injuries and how to prevent them.
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