An increase in the number of young children with viral respiratory illnesses has led Children’s Hospital of Michigan in Detroit to temporarily revise it’s patient visitation guidelines.
About eight Detroit Red Wings players made the rounds visiting children who will spend their holiday in the hospital this year.
Moscow Ballet soloist Carolina Siscanu, dressed in full costume, spent time with some of the children, talking about dance and music during her visit.
The family says that the latest CT scan was black and showed less then 20 percent brain activity.
The latest U.S. News and World Report ranking of the nation’s best hospitals includes Children’s Hospital of Michigan and U-M’s C.S. Mott.
Think you can’t help because you don’t have money to spare? That’s OK — you can give your time. And in some cases, that’s an even more valuable gift.
A local study appearing in this week’s New England Journal of Medicine supports the use of whole-body hypothermia in full-term, oxygen-deprived newborns.
An eight-year-old Grosse Ile boy is still re-learning to walk after he was paralyzed by a rare disease. Landon Johnson couldn’t walk after the antibodies his body created to fight a common childhood virus began attacking his spine.
After a tragic home-cooking accident left her severely burned, a Macomb Township toddler is leaving DMC Children’s Hospital of Michigan just in time for the holidays.
As the last patient cleared a designated 800-foot patient pathway, staff, faculty and volunteers broke into cheers, tears and many, many hugs.