Dec. 17, 2012 | The recent shooting in Newtown, Conn., which claimed the lives of 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School, has forced many parents to address some difficult questions: Do I need to talk to my child about the catastrophic event or wait until they come to me for help? How much information should I share with my children? What can I do to calm any fears they might have about such an occurrence happening in their own school?
June 27, 2012 | “How many of you know someone who snores?” asked respiratory therapist Tonya Cook.
Rate of Severe Reactions Higher Than Expected in Children with Food Allergies, Report UAMS-ACHRI Researchers
<span class="content">LITTLE ROCK – Young children with allergies to milk, eggs or peanuts experienced allergic reactions more often and with more severity than researchers expected, reported the group that included scientists from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) and the Arkansas Children’s Hospital Research Institute (ACHRI).</span>