Articles for Tag: "Advocate Children’s Hospital"

Three things to know if your child is diagnosed with cancer 
Three things to know if your child is diagnosed with cancer
Having a child with cancer is one of the most stressful things in the entire world.
Do you know the signs of a stroke in a young person? 
Do you know the signs of a stroke in a young person?
While rare, children do suffer from strokes. Acting fast is key.
How do you know if a headache is something more? 
How do you know if a headache is something more?
Know the symptoms that could signal a brain tumor diagnosis in your child.
A brain tumor at 3 years old: “My daughter is a warrior” 
A brain tumor at 3 years old: “My daughter is a warrior”
A mom shares her family’s story as part of Brain Tumor Awareness Month this May.
How to foster resilience in children 
How to foster resilience in children
Resilience can be strengthened through example, and we can teach it to children both subtly and overtly.
Headaches in children: When should you be concerned? 
Headaches in children: When should you be concerned?
Headaches are one of the most common neurological symptoms and the source of frequent neurology referrals.
Speaking in “baby voice” may help your child’s speech development 
Speaking in “baby voice” may help your child’s speech development
That high-pitched, sing-song manner of speaking has surprising benefits for your child.