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While Samson’s doctors and nurses made sure he breathed more easily, his child life specialist worked closely with him to ensure comfort, minimize toxic stress and progress towards key developmental milestones.
Fever in children is common, especially during cold and flu season that can sometimes require treatment.
Looking at him now, you wouldn’t know Andy's had three surgeries in the past year to help him feel better.
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Dr. Ken Polin provides insight to why kids don’t seem to mind the frigid temps and tips for preventing frostbite and hypothermia
Diana has congenital central hypoventilation syndrome (CCHS), a rare condition that affects the autonomic nervous system, including control of breathing.