April is Autism Awareness Month By Krestin Radonovich, Ph.D. and Catherine Zenko, M.S., CCC-SLP Chances are good that you know someone with autism spectrum disorder, or ASD. In March 2012, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention put the incidence of autism and…
The 19th annual Dance Marathon at the University of Florida had come to an end after 26.2 hours - and having raised a record amount of donations: $1,169,722 for the patients of Shands Hospital for Children at UF, part of the Children’s Miracle Network.
Your child is ill and you take her temperature and the reading - 102F - sends your heart racing. Your first instinct is to call the doctor or go to the emergency room. But in most cases what you should do instead: Take a deep breath and relax.
Cold and windy weather did not stop the first Ribs for Kids festival in Ocala from being a huge success.
Two first responders based in Marion County have been keeping vigil since March 10 at Shands at the University of Florida in Gainesville while their 13-year-old son is being kept alive by a Berlin external heart pump as he awaits a heart transplant.
Join us for the 2013 Fishing for Kids Saltwater Trout Tournament benefiting Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
Congratulations to the Department of Pediatrics award recipients!
Dr. Martinko’s commitment to the community and his patients is his recent Black History Month Contest.