At 2 days old, Hannah Jabbour had surgery to close the half dollar-sized opening in the base of her spine, but only time would tell how her spina bifida would impact her everyday life. “While in the NICU, Hannah also needed a shunt placed to drain the spinal fluid from her skull due to her hydrocephalus,” […]
Nora Kovach has had many hospitalizations, one of which occurred during the 2009 “Have a Heart, Do Your Part” radiothon. Nora’s mother, Shannon, said the radiothon was awe-inspiring, and her family was able to directly benefit from it.
Hearing your little one snore could be an “awe” moment. But that cute, little sound might actually be a symptom of something else. Dr. Greg Omlor, director of pulmonary medicine and sleep center, discusses the connection between snoring and cognitive issues, possible obstructions, and why parents shouldn’t just accept that their child is a bad sleeper.